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  • Excellent Western

    Get Out of Town by Terrence McCauley Sheriff Aaron Mackey Westerns #3 Sheriff Mackey is surveying a bounty to be brought in as this book begins and shortly thereafter bullets fly, men are dead, and the bounty is taken in for receipt. And that is my introduction to a man that is intelligent, intriguing, and intrepid. I wasn’t sure whether or not I would be able to follow the story coming in at book three of the series but had no trouble at all. I realized that in previous books I might have gotten a better handle on the relationship between Aaron and the other characters in the book with the more full backstory on many of them but enough was mentioned about each one to feel I understood the dynamics. That said…wouldn’t mind picking up the other two books in the future to see what DID happen in them. What I liked: * Sheriff Aaron Mackey: a lawman that wants to keep his town and territory safe. He wants justice to be done but doesn’t mind putting a bullet into those that are out to kill him. He is a good friend, wise leader and in a relationship with a woman. * Billy Sunday: Aaron’s deputy but also a good friend, highly capable and a man you would like to cover your back when not standing by your side. * Adair: a black battle horse with mettle, nerves of steel, and a nasty bite. * Characters that I would like to know more about (maybe more in previous books?): Lagrange, Sandbourne, Katherine, Pappy, Mr. Rice and some met in Hancock. * The writing style and story * Finding a new author that was a joy to read * The grit and grime and real feel that came through * It reminded me of reading my father’s Westerns long ago – Zane Grey, Louis L’Amour and Max Brand. * Knowing there is another book to look forward to in the series. What I did not like: * Mayor James Grant: an evil, remorseless megalomaniac with aspirations greater than just Dover, Montana * The way the railroad people put money before humanity * The Hancock family…at least all of them that I met. * Reading the last page and knowing I would have to wait for the next book. Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more in this series? Yes Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington-Pinnacle for the ARC – This is my honest review 5 Stars

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