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Friday, June 9, 2017


An exciting new Western in the style of Robert J. Thomas, Ralph Cotton, and A.H. Holt filled with action, adventure and plot twists such as M. Allen, Robert Vaughan, and G.P. Hutchinson! This is one of THE Western adventures of 2017!

In 1882, Delilah, a tough and determined young woman, is released from prison after two years. Delilah and her sixteen-year-old friend, Sarah, head to San Luis to find out what’s left of her home. While on the trail, Sarah and Delilah get separated. Sarah is attacked and raped by two men, who take her captive. Delilah goes in search of Sarah, determined to save her and to make her captors pay. She trails them into the mining towns in the high country of the Colorado. Along the way, she has to battle wolves, bears and ruffians in pursuit of her friend. But it’s not all desperation; she also meets new and colorful characters, encounters Indians and learns to love again. Savor a sample of the true flavor of the Colorado frontier with Delilah.

Delilah (Adult Western Romance)
By Kaye Lynne Booth
Dusty Saddle Publishing
Price $0.99
275 Pages
Rating 5-Stars

“The Wild West From A Woman’s Saddle.”

Delilah was imprisoned for murder, even though it was self-defense. She’s released after two years, and rides off with young friend, Sarah, but they are soon separated.  Two men rape the girl and carry her off, but Delilah follows them to seek revenge and get her back. The trail is a hard one, with many dangers and terror, and before trail’s end our heroine must face Indians, wolves, bears, and violent men. It will take a woman of substance to persevere, a woman of the West.

This was a wild-west yarn as seen from a woman’s saddle, in a west still young and violent, told in a voice as entertaining as Louis L’Amour or Max Brand, but with an adult savvy. There is action from beginning to end. Highly recommended.

Ginger Johnson


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