Bloody Arizona: A Western Fiction Classic (Yakima Henry Book 13) by Peter Brandvold
ONE HELL OF A BLOOD-SPLASHED, ROUGH WESTERN TALE.
Yakima Henry is holed up in an old prospector’s cabin in the wilds of south-central Arizona, between Tucson and Lordsburg, New Mexico. He’s decided to cool his heels until fall, prospecting for gold and hoping for a little color with which to fund a trek into Mexico.
The half-breed wanderer just can’t shake Faith’s memory, however. Not even with the help of the firewater and pretty whore in the Busted Flush Saloon in the little nowhere town of Apache Springs. The firewater causes the crazed, jade-eyed half-breed to go into a rage and bust up the saloon and half the men in the town until he’s finally subdued and carted over to the local jail – locked up by his friend, Town Marshal Lon Taggart.