Sunday, June 3, 2018

Review: High Fury

High Fury High Fury by Harry Whittington
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Another terrific Western from Harry Whittington, a prolific writer with remarkable consistency. No surprise, High Fury is a crime novel that takes place in the old West. It tells the story of a youth man on the run after being falsely accused of murder who, while tracking the one man that can prove his innocence, rescues a women who was savagely abused and left for dead by perhaps the same man. Things get more complicated when the son of the Cattle Baron who owns the town is suspected of being an accomplice. He soon must confront a town that has been turned against him, aided only by a sympathetic sheriff named Ox Slaughter and a kindly old doctor. The characters all jump off the page. This would make a fine movie.

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1 comment:

  1. From this novel the Italian Spaghetti Western "AdiĆ³s gringo" 1965, directed by George Finley (an alias of Italian director Giorgo Stegani), starring Giuliano gemma, a famous Italian actor of western movies.
    Tiziano Agnelli