Death Along the Cimarron (Danny Duggin, #4)

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Death Along the Cimarron (Danny Duggin, #4)

Death Along the Cimarron Danny Duggin On a cattle drive north young gun Danielle Strange falls in love with one of the drovers Now she must choose between letting him the last of her father s murderers go free and sacrificing her own l

  • Title: Death Along the Cimarron (Danny Duggin, #4)
  • Author: Ralph Cotton Ralph Compton
  • ISBN: 9780451207692
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Paperback
  • On a cattle drive north, young gun Danielle Strange falls in love with one of the drovers Now she must choose between letting him, the last of her father s murderers, go free and sacrificing her own life to send the bushwhacker to Hell.

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    One thought on “Death Along the Cimarron (Danny Duggin, #4)

    1. James on said:

      Death Along the Cimarron is the fourth novel in the Danielle Strange aka Danny Duggin series. I have yet to read the previous three novels and in some places that would have helped. Danielle helps an older man named Stick, who used to be cook that she met previously as Danny. He tells her that her former boss, Tuck, married but then lost his wife and fell to drinking. The men that she saved him from reports back to their boss, Cherokee Earl, who goes on a killing spree before kidnapping the wife [...]

    2. Lucinda on said:

      I normally don't read westerns. Unless they're about horses. :) However, I first came across "Death Rides a Chestnut Mare," the first in the series and the title caught my eye, of course. The plot interested me of a young woman who dresses as a man and rides the vengeance trail to avenge the murder of her father. I thought it was originally only three books and thoroughly enjoyed them. I just found out about this one after I started adding all my books to and exploring more books by the authors [...]

    3. RJ on said:

      One of the Danny Duggin tales. The way I hear it, Danny Duggin is the male alias of Danielle Strange, a fast-draw straight shooting young lady. Danielle's father was killed by some outlaws and she went incognito on the "vengeance trail" to track down the killers. In this episode Danielle's fatal showdown with an ill-tempered outlaw has far-reaching consequences for Danielle and everyone who knows her. Great writing that pulls you right into the story, lots of action, and some sound effects which [...]

    4. brotagonist on said:

      Victor-Victoria tales are lame at the best of times, so I was not particularly motivated to begin reading this book, but I had promised to give it a try. It turns out to be very entertaining and I was swiftly swept away by the story. There is some humorous dialogue, too. The feminist rhetoric in the final chapters was rather offensive and over-the-top, but few would disagree that the characters deserved what they got.

    5. Elaine on said:

      I have been interested in reading more about the west and was given this book. The heroine, Danielle Strong , is a gun slinging feminist who is out to seek revenge for the death of her father, but finds love instead, I thought it was a little contrived and the descriptions of the west were not enough to make me like the book more.

    6. Timothy Boyd on said:

      I am not normally a western fan but a few writers seem to jump out and grab me. Ralph Compton writes a quick paced and very historically accurate book. Nice read with great characters. Very recommended

    7. Will Welton on said:

      Danny Dugan Finally came out of hiding to be a woman again. Then the trouble started and she had to go back to here male roll. I also enjoyed the other three books of this series.

    8. Kaj Samuelsson on said:

      A worthy ending to this great series. It was good from the start. A bit rougher than the earlier books and I really enjoyed the ending.

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