The Widow's Revenge

The Widow's Revenge

Book - 2009
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Even with some of the toughest hombres and nastiest outlaws roaming the Southwest, bestselling author James D. Doss's seven-foot-tall rancher and sometime tribal investigator Charlie Moon does a fair job on the side of the good guys. So it's no surprise that he gets the call when the widow Loyola Montoya starts making a fuss about witches.
She swears there's a whole midnight brood lurking in the woods just off her property, mocking her with lewd songs and harassing her with the carcasses of dead animals. When no one takes her seriously--she has been known to cry wolf from time to time--she takes matters into her own hands, with disastrous results. By the time Charlie arrives, it's too late to save her, and while he knows he can't bring her back, that doesn't mean he can't help the widow get her revenge after all.
Told in Doss's whimsical style, "The Widow's Revenge" is a wonderfully tall tale that requires wide-open spaces and larger-than-life heroes like Charlie Moon to saddle up and make sure that justice is served.

Publisher: New York : Minotaur Books, 2009
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780312364618
Branch Call Number: FIC Doss 3558ad 1
Characteristics: 290 p. --


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Aug 06, 2014

I love James D. Doss and all his characters, esp., the elderly aunt of Charlie Moon. Even though James Doss is gone, his characters live on and I hope if there were manuscripts left, someone would finish them for Mr. Doss.

Feb 13, 2010


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