Friday, July 17, 2020

Review: Pariah

Pariah Pariah by J.R. Roberts
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Clint Adams, The Gunsmith, befriends a young widow who feeds and shelters those in need, some of whom are undesirable to the townsfolk, and they treat her like a pariah. She shelters a young Chinese woman who has escaped from a powerful slave trader and he means to have them both killed at any cost. Adams vows to help the women, and of course lay them, and seek vengeance on the murderous slave trader. Robert Randisi, who wrote all 460 entries in this series, is a remarkable storyteller, somehow managing to write consistently entertaining novels on a monthly basis year after year. You always know what you’re gong to get with a Gunsmith book. I’ve never read a bad one, and maybe they don’t exist. Arguably the best of the Adult Western series titles.

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