Thursday, November 28, 2019

Review: Apache Rising

Apache Rising Apache Rising by Marvin H. Albert
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A taut and violent short western that finds young Jess Remsberg, consumed with avenging the rape and murder of his wife, scouting for an Army wagon train that finds itself outnumbered in a brutal cat-and-mouse battle with a band of merciless Apaches. The tension remains high as the brilliant Apache warlord Chata matches wits step for step with young and ambitious Army Lieutenant McAllister who is close friends with Jess. I really liked how their friendship was portrayed. The love interest is a married woman victimized by Chata’s men, and mother to a half-breed whose abusive husband scorns her. A superior and very brutal military strategy tale, encapsulated within a revenge story, with a little romance thrown in. Recommended.

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1 comment:

  1. From this novel the movie "Duel at Diablo" directed in 1966 by Ralph Nelson, starring James Garner, Sidney Poitier, Dennis Weaver and Bibi Andersson.
    Tiziano Agnelli