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Monday, March 23, 2020

Bullets Don't Argue by William W. Johnstone, J.A. Johnstone

Title: Bullets Don't Argue
Series : Perley Gates Western #3
Author: William W. Johnstone and J.A.Johnstone
Genre: Western
Rating: 4
A new kind of hero in the Old West tradition, Perley Gates is as honest and good as his heavenly name. But don't make him mad. Because when Perley Gates gets mad, people get hurt.

Once every year, Perley Gates and his brothers lead the Triple-G crew on its annual cattle drive. It's a treacherous journey along the Great Western Trail, with a herd of two-thousand cows on one side and many opportunities for trouble on the other. This year, trouble shows up in the form of a beautiful young woman, her little baby, and her bizarre traveling companion--a colorful old cuss who goes by the name of Possom Smith. They're heading to a settlement called Butcher Bottom, and risking their necks to get there. Perley--being the gentleman he is--offers to escort the trio to their destination. But there are a few minor details they "forgot" to tell Perley . . .

The woman is a widow whose husband had enemies. The old man is hiding a small fortune that might get them killed. And Perley is stuck in the middle trying to decide who's good, who's bad--and who deserves to die first . 

My thoughts
Would I recommend it? yes
Would I read more of this series ? yes, in fact thanks to Netgalley I'm reading this series in order and I have book 4 to read and review since I've already read books 1-3.
Would I read more by this author? A BIG yes , because every time I see NetGalley has their books I pick them up to read .No matter how bad of a day I have their books and stories are my go to books because I know I can get lost in them and I can set back and enjoy the story as well as their characters. This is one of those series that I'm enjoying because of the character Perley Gates and the trouble he seems to find no matter what . With that said I want to thank NetGalley for letting me read and review it . 

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