Kris Schusler

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Having loved novels dealing with the early West, when one comes along that so captures the essence of that time, the book becomes a treasured piece to share among friends…. [A Roaring in the Wind ] captures that essence of the nostalgia and romance of the American frontier…. It...

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Having loved novels dealing with the early West, when one comes along that so captures the essence of that time, the book becomes a treasured piece to share among friends…. [A Roaring in the Wind] captures that essence of the nostalgia and romance of the American frontier…. It is with the introduction of the vigilance committees, the Vigilantes, that Taylor's knowledge of the early West comes into play. In the process he weaves a tale that is both fascinating and humorous.

Kris Schusler, "Books in Review: 'A Roaring in the Wind'," in West Coast Review of Books (copyright 1978 by Rapport Publishing Co., Inc.), Vol 4, No. 2, March, 1978, p. 26.

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