To The Gallows (The Legend of Cole Winters, #1)

To The Gallows The Legend of Cole Winters New Western Historical Action Adventure Novel Cole Winters is one of the first African American lawman of the Old West In the th century the Indian Territory was a place where there was a thin line

  • Title: To The Gallows (The Legend of Cole Winters, #1)
  • Author: G.S. Luckett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • New Western Historical Action Adventure Novel Cole Winters is one of the first African American lawman of the Old West In the 19th century, the Indian Territory was a place where there was a thin line between lawmen and outlaws After being raised by Native Americans, Cole Winters was hired by the U.S Marshals Service to track down and bring back outlaws from the Terri New Western Historical Action Adventure Novel Cole Winters is one of the first African American lawman of the Old West In the 19th century, the Indian Territory was a place where there was a thin line between lawmen and outlaws After being raised by Native Americans, Cole Winters was hired by the U.S Marshals Service to track down and bring back outlaws from the Territories Dead or alive When his gun fighter brother, Joseph Two Guns, becomes wanted for a crime he did not commit, Cole does the only thing he can to get his brother justice He hunts him down To the Gallows, is a classic Western with fast paced gunfights and martial arts action of the time It is the beginning chronicle of a man the Native Americans called The Buffalo Ghost and the legend that followed.

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    1. Cole Winter is an African-American cowboy, who also happens to be a U.S. marshal, one of the first of his race in the Indian Territory. Fast with a gun and incorruptible, he accepts a warrant to bring in Joseph Two Guns, who just happens to be his brother-in-law. Cole finds Joseph and has to break him out of jail ahead of a lynch mob. At the same time, he frees Jessie Wainwright who has falsely been accused of murder. Together, the three must stay one step ahead of corrupt sheriffs, lynch mobs, [...]

    2. Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the ebook in exchange for an honest review.Okay, I have to admit from the start I’m a huge fan of westerns, especially by Louis L’Amour and Zane Grey. In many ways, To the Gallows reminded me of their writings. The story was fast paced and without any filler, while carrying a deep rooted story for Cole and Joseph.I really enjoyed the backstory of the main characters. To say Cole and Joseph are damaged goods is an understatement. They carry a secret betwe [...]

    3. I'm not a fan of the Western genre. In fact, out of the near 700 books I've kept track of, I believe this is the first one I've read. So, why To The Gallows? Two reasons: One, I enjoyed G.S. Luckett's Gates (The Reaper Book 1) and believed his style and pace would keep my interest. Secondly, I wanted to see how, in the Old West, a black U.S. Marshal and his brother, an Indian, would navigate the harsh landscape and its residents.Although Gallows is polar opposite of Gates, I enjoyed both reads. [...]

    4. To the gallows is set in the 19th century in the untamed frontiers in Western American. Cole Winters is an African-American cowboy and also a U.S. Marshall. When Cole discovers his brother in law, Joseph Two Guns is a wanted man for a crime he swears he did not commit. Cole goes on a deadly mission to rescue Joseph from becoming another innocent victim of a lynch mob who wants to take the law in to their own hands and exercise their own type of rough justice. Cole manages to rescue Joseph in tim [...]

    5. The black man's role in the old west has always fascinated me. It's received short shrift in history, though western fiction has been a bit more honest in portrayals.Cole Winters, one of the first African-American lawman of the Old West, is the hero of this book. Raised by Native Americans, Winters was hired by the U.S. Marshals Service to track down and bring back outlaws in the Indian Territories. Winters, when his gun fighter brother, Joseph Two Guns, late of the Buffalo Bill show, becomes wa [...]

    6. Good old west storytellingNow I remember why I used to read western novels. You know the kind, like those penned by Louis L’Amour and Zane Grey. The situations they wrote about were close enough to modern times, yet far enough in the past to touch our base emotions. Life in the old west - where people fought for things we now take for granted such as food, safety, and freedom - was an everyday struggle. Cole Winters, U.S. Marshall is the classic western hero. He’s good with his fists and gun [...]

    7. I was hooked the moment I started reading. I'm not usually one for an old west type of book, but this was good. There was always action or wonderment that kept the story moving. The author does jump perspectives a bit, but it is more planned out and easier to follow from the beginning. Luckett really does paint a picture of everything happening and moves seamlessly from point A to point B.

    8. Cole Winters is an African American US Marshall. Because of being raised by Native Americans, he is the one called in to bring in fugitives from the Indian Territories. This time he is asked to bring in Joseph Two Guns. But there are two problems. The first is Joseph is Cole’s brother in law. The second is Joseph has been framed and it’s up to Cole to clear his name.Cole and Joseph also stumble upon Jessie Wainwright, falsely accused of murder. All three go on the run to try to stay ahead of [...]

    9. Great gritty graphic Western that reads just like a Western should! Westerns are a genre unto themselves. They should have strong heroes and evil bad guys. They should have a story to tell that includes horses, saloons and fist fights, bandits, Indians, lawmen, soldiers, stagecoaches and a feel for the West as it once was. This story has all of these and more. A black lawman and an Indian gunslinger – what could they have in common? Quite a bit it would seem! This story is only the introductio [...]

    10. Horses and Gunfights non stop actionTo the Gallows was not typical western as only being reminded when riding horses instead of a car. It is action packed page turner. I enjoyed the entire book that is why it is getting a 5/5.Free copy for review.

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