Sunday, February 13, 2011

Book Review: Circle of Fire

For the past few months, I’ve been reading through the Journeys of the Stranger series by Al Lacy. These books are just plain fun! Fans of Louis L’Amour or old-fashioned TV westerns like Bonanza will enjoy these. The mysterious good guy always gets the bad guys, saves the town, and rides off into the sunset, waving good-bye to the girl—his fiancé, Breanna Baylor, of the Angel of Mercy series—and preaching the Gospel to everyone he meets along the way.

In Circle of Fire, the fifth book in the series, owners of small ranches are being terrorized by a band of outlaws trying to force them to leave their homes and dreams. Sheriffs in two counties suspect one of the big ranch owners is behind the harassment, but can’t prove anything.

At the same time, the legendary John Stranger has problems of his own. He’s been framed for murder and must clear his name. And what’s more, he must do so without his amazing horse, Ebony, who is recovering from a gunshot wound, obtained in an attempt on his owner’s life. To learn how Stranger avoids the hangman’s noose and saves the small ranchers of western Montana, read Circle of Fire, another great story of how truth and justice prevail.

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