Crescent City Blues: A Contemporary Western Novel (Concho Book 4) by A.W. Hart
THE ROUGH-'N-READY A.W. HART BRINGS YOU BOOK FOUR IN AN ACTION-ADVENTURE WESTERN SERIES – THIS TIME AROUND JUSTICE WILL BE SERVED.
Texas Ranger Concho Ten-Wolves grew up on the Kickapoo reservation just outside Eagle Pass, Texas, on the Rio Grande border between Mexico and the United States. His mother was full-blooded Kickapoo, his father was black – they disappeared before he was a year old. He knows his father is dead and was always told his mother was, too. He considers himself completely alone, with no close blood relatives, and he’s content with that.
Until…an invitation comes to meet a near stranger in New Orleans. The stranger shares a rumor, Concho’s mother might still be alive. Concho is a trained skeptic; he doesn’t believe it. But he has to check it out, and now people are trying to kill him to keep him from asking questions.
They can hunt Ten-Wolves all they want – he won’t be stopped.
“A.W. Hart is one of the most creative writers ever as he demonstrates with this full-bodied, graphically visual tales of prejudice, crime and eventual justice!” – Reader