The Crimson Trail (A Joe Noose Western #4) (Mass Market)
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This is book number 4 in the A Joe Noose Western series.
In his fourth series installment, acclaimed author and horror filmmaker Eric Red brings his trademark volatile action and bloody violence to a classic genre, injecting modern speed and grit into Old West legend as Joe Noose and Marshal Bess Sugarland follows a trail of blood through the valley of death...
Joe Noose follows a trail of blood through the valley of death--in this bold Western series from Eric Red, acclaimed author of The Guns of Santa Sangre and The Wolves of El Diablo.
HUNT FOR THE CATTLE DRIVE KILLER
Joe Noose knows what fear looks like. He sees it in the eyes of his new friends--a dozen trail-hardened cattle men who don't scare easily. It's not the 500-mile trek across treacherous Montana territory that's got them spooked. It's not the 3,000 heads of cattle they've got to wrangle either. They're afraid that someone on this drive--one of their own team--is a serial killer. Five wranglers are already dead. Every man is a suspect. And the woman rancher in charge is paying Joe Noose to root out the evil on this cursed cattle drive--by riding alongside the killer...
About the Author
Eric Red is a Los Angeles-based novelist, screenwriter, and film director. He wrote and directed the films Cohen and Tate (Hemdale), Body Parts (Paramount), Undertow (Showtime), Bad Moon (Warner Bros.), and 100 Feet (Grand Illusions Entertainment), which starred Famke Janssen and Bobby Cannavale. He wrote original screenplays for The Hitcher (TriStar), Near Dark (DeLaurentiis Entertainment Group), Blue Steel (MGM), which starred Jamie Lee Curtis, and The Last Outlaw (HBO) starring Mickey Rourke. In addition to publishing a number of horror and suspense stories, he created and wrote the SciFi / horror comic series and graphic novel Containment (SST Publications). Red divides his time between California and Wyoming with his wife and two dogs. He can be found online at EricRed.com.