Image of Hell for Leather


Image of Hell for Leather

Powerhouse Williamson delivers another western liberally laced with passion and humor. She successfully captures the flavor of a small town and its people, along with the dark, brooding stranger who comes to live there. This is one for the keeper shelf.

Kincaid sheds his gunslinging, drinking and whoring ways and becomes Cade Brody. He leaves Wyoming for New Mexico and a cabin on a small patch of land. Although he craves solitude, he becomes embroiled in the affairs of the town and mercantile owner Sabrina.

But not everyone is overjoyed with his presence even after he saves a young boy's life. Things are further complicated by a "ghost," a local girl who leaves food on his doorstep. What will happen when Cade's past catches up with him? (SAMHAIN, Apr., 223 pp., $13.00)
Reviewed by: 
Donna M. Brown