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Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite
Johnny Black is the man chasing down his brother’s killer. Jake is the good looking younger cowboy drifting along, trying to find a purpose for his life. Johnny and Jake both end up in Flat, Texas and quickly become best friends, watching each other’s back and always being there when needed. Charity is the love interest that comes to Flat to live with her sister and her family. Baggett is the bad guy who has no scruples and will do whatever it takes to get what he wants, including killing, stealing and looting. This adventure has soldiers, Indian attacks, bad guys, murder, love, history, and everyday life in the uncivilized early frontier town. Life is hard but Johnny and Jake always try their best to come out on the winning side, no matter what situations they find themselves in.
Fate Rides a Tall Horse: Johnny Black - Man and Legend 1869 is a true blue Western story from beginning to end. There are many twists and surprises that I do not want to spoil for you so I urge you to read Fate Rides A Tall Horse for yourself. I felt as though I was taken back to 1869 and was a part of the story. Gary Church wrote a story that has vivid descriptions of the land, the time and the people. Fate Rides A Tall Horse could easily become a big screen movie or a TV serial. If you like Western fiction with historical background details, then you do not want to pass up reading this book. This is a Western fan’s dream read, having all the elements that keep you turning pages well into the night!