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At Twilight
by Beth Henderson Leisure Books

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0843953306

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards


At Twilight is a story that would have fit into the Gunsmoke series so perfectly, it seems written for it. Or perhaps the Ponderosa. A quaranteed fun read for any romantic who likes or remembers the old westerns. J. W. Walford is being chased by a posse and his trail takes him to the door of Louisa Burgess' cabin where she is held prisoner by a drunken old woman who is an associate of an evil banker. Seizing the opportunity J. W.'s presence offers, Louisa becomes a runaway with her baby, Angelina. Meanwhile, back in town, the banker is incensed at losing Louisa and sets a gunhand named Morg on her trail. Morg has reasons of his own for taking the job and takes after them. Plenty of suspense to keep any reader curious as to what lies around the next bend in the trail, action that will keep you reading. A well-written, exciting romance by a talented author who catches the flavor of the old west. You'll find yourself shaking the dust and grit of the trail off your clothes, wanting to jump fully clothed into the nearest cold stream from the heat of the day. Highly recommended as a gun-totin' ride through the past. Enjoy.



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