The Homecoming of Billy Buchanan
This western novel was originally published by Fawcett/Random House and has been out of print for several years. It has been re-released through the Author's Guild Back-in-Print program and is available for purchase new through Amazon.com or other booksellers. (Click on one of the buttons below.)
Give the Homecoming of Billy Buchanan a read if you are interested in a well-written story, well-told, about the old American west.
Books like this are hard to find these days, so it would be a great gift for Dad, Grandpa, Uncle, or other family and friends!
From the book:
The dust slowly cleared, allowing the moon to light the scene. The night formed a black background for he blacker images of he bushes and gully. Buchanan carefully made his way down the incline...
The ranger straightened out the body...
After the work was completed, Buchanan couldn't sleep. He resumed his place at the entrance to the cave and gave some more thought to his strategy...
At this point, it was all speculation. He had no idea about what he might be getting into, and until he was more sure of his ground, he decided to keep his identity as a Texas Ranger to himself...People would be more likely to talk to him as Billy Buchanan, Clancy Buchanan's boy who had come home, than as William Buchanan, Texas Ranger.
One thing was for sure.
It would be one hell of a homecoming.
Anthologies with Frank Watson's short fiction included
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A Cold, Dark Trail
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The Homecoming of Billy Buchahan
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