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by Mark Bannerman

Bender's Boot (Black Horse Western) download ebook
Mark Bannerman
Robert Hale Ltd (June 30, 2004)
160 pages
1295 kb
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Genre Fiction

Mark Bannerman is the pseudonym of Anthony C Lewing who was born at Colchester, Essex.

Published June 1st 2012 by Linford Western Library. Bender's Boot (Black Horse Western). Mark Bannerman is the pseudonym of Anthony C Lewing who was born at Colchester, Essex. He was educated at Kings College School, Wimbledon, and served for thirty-five years in the British Army before retiring to pursue his great interest - writing about the Old West.

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  • Maveri
Once again, I'm reading more of Mark Bannermans books. He keeps you into the story and wanting more. You will like reading his books.
  • Yggdi
A quick, folly read. Well written. Kept my interest. read it in just a couple of days, while monitoring testing situations.
  • Zonama
At a remote inn, Conrad McClure, becomes involved with an evil family and, in particular, the she-devil of a daughter who ensnares men in her murderous web of sensuality. McClure, like so many before him, is trapped. Local vigilantes storm the inn, intent on lynching the entire family. But the killers have fled, taking McClure with them. The evidence left buried in the adjacent orchard is totally damning: twelve bodies, naked and brutally mutilated, including a little girl who was clearly buried alive. But where have the murderers gone, and what is the fate of Conroy McClure?

Mark Bannerman has come up with a really tough story here. Not just for it's brutal storyline (particularly when you realise the Bender's really did this) but also for some of the themes it covers, such as incest. There is also a death near the end that will be hard for some readers to accept, shocking as it is, it does make for a powerful and memorable part of the book.

Bannerman includes a number of red-herrings in this tale that had me wondering as to the identity of one of the characters, then after making the reader believe in one thing throws in a twist to completely throw you off track.

The book begins in the present, goes back into the past - two and a half years before the beginning - before catching up to the present again.

The plot even involves a very graphic sex-scene, although this is important to the storyline. Bannerman also includes a couple of rare, in a western, elements: a hot air balloon and some Great White sharks.

This will certainly have me hunting through my collection for the other books I have by this author.

Highly recommended.