With two new posse men and a new cook, Bass is sent into Indian Territory to arrest the Hubbard Brothers, farm boys who turned to bank robbery when their father lost his farm. Just another routine trip, until Marshal Fagan informs him that his neighbor, who killed his brother-in-law in an argument, is also one of the warrants he must execute. He’s concerned that Bas might have a problem arresting a neighbor with whom he has a friendly relationship. Bass, though, assures him that a fugitive is a fugitive, and all warrants will be executed, but, it turns out to be a trip he will never forget.
Keeping the Spirit of the West alive!
Reviewed By Piaras O Cionnaoith for Emerald Book Reviews
There’s a long-overdue voice in the Western genre belonging to Charles Ray, an author destined to help revive the traditional Western and to help keep the Spirit of the West alive!
Author Charles Ray does a brilliant job of pacing this story, and there’s never a dull moment or a wasted word. He brings laughter, tenderness, tears, and bloodshed to the page with ease and remarkable skill. For those who like action and adventure, this book has plenty.
The story-line and plot of A Bad Day To Die was amazing. From beginning to end, the author holds the reader’s interest. As always, the author does a great job with character and story development. He’s so prolific, so inventive, so exactly what I want to read. This book starts good but ends great and this is one book I didn’t want to end. Charles Ray writing style is mesmerizing.
A highly recommended read, and a well-deserved five stars from me.