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e-Book Slaughter at Buffalo Creek (Curley Large Print Books) download

e-Book Slaughter at Buffalo Creek (Curley Large Print Books) download

by Chet Cunningham

ISBN: 0792702808
ISBN13: 978-0792702801
Language: English
Publisher: John Curley & Associates; Large Print edition edition (April 10, 1990)
Pages: 264
Category: Genre Fiction
Subategory: Literature

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Rating: 4.9
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Captain Colt Harding, grief-stricken. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Read by Chet Cunningham.

I have read another book by Chet Cunningham before and enjoyed it very much so was looking for another good Old West novel .

I have read another book by Chet Cunningham before and enjoyed it very much so was looking for another good Old West novel and was not disappointed. The author gives excellent detail and maintains good flow with just enough re-hash as to who's who if you have set the book down for a while - never a repeat unless a previous quote. As I began to read The Pony Soldier/Slaughter at Buffalo Creek, the many western movies I’ve watched with my husband over the years came to mind – the ones starring John Wayne and Clint Eastwood.

Published by Leisure Books. Mass Market Paperback. Slaughter at Buffalo Creek (Pony Soldiers, (Curley Large Print). Published July 28th 1990 by John Curley & Assoc. Author(s): Chet Cunningham. ISBN: 0843925183 (ISBN13: 9780843925180). Paperback, 264 pages.

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Chet Cunningham - the complete book list Slaughter at Buffalo Creek.

Chet Cunningham - the complete book list. KAT'S MEOW Home to outlaws, claim jumpers, and a sultry lynx named Kat, Cripple Creek, Colorado, was no place for the pampered daughter of a millionaire. Yet the little lost kitten's trail led Buckskin Lee Morgan straight to the dangerous boomtown. Slaughter at Buffalo Creek.

ADDRESSES: Home and office-Cunningham Books, 8431 Beaver Lake Dr. .

ADDRESSES: Home and office-Cunningham Books, 8431 Beaver Lake D. San Diego, CA 92119. Slaughter at Buffalo Creek, Curley Publishing (South Yarmouth, MA), 1990. Under pseudonym Cathy Cunningham) Curse of Valkyrie House, Curley Publishing (South Yarmouth, MA), 1991. Cunningham uses the written remembrances of his brother and interviews with at least sixty-nine veterans of the battle and the tremendous suffering that followed as the focus of his book. Another critic, Gregory . Urwin, writing in Pacific Affairs, was highly critical of many aspects of Cunningham's text.

The Buffalo Creek flood was a disaster that occurred on February 26, 1972, when the Pittston Coal Company's coal slurry impoundment dam located on a hillside in Logan County, West Virginia, burst.

The Buffalo Creek flood was a disaster that occurred on February 26, 1972, when the Pittston Coal Company's coal slurry impoundment dam located on a hillside in Logan County, West Virginia, burst, four days after having been declared "satisfactory" by a federal mine inspector.

Mike Marr, owner and brewmaster at Buffalo Creek Brewing, joins Good Day Chicago to show off some of their amazing watermelon beer, perfectly made for a summertime cooldown. Buffalo Creek Brewing.

Captain Colt Harding, grief-stricken and hungry for revenge, sets out to destroy White Eagle, the Indian who killed his wife and son. White Eagle roams the land raping, pillaging, and murdering, showing no mercy. Captain Harding takes it upon himself to see that this savage be fed to the scavengers. Only with the help of Pony Soldiers, some of the vilest people in existence, will Captain Harding be able to avenge the deaths of his wife and son and rescue his daughter from a life of servitude.
Comments:
Xurad
I like a good story and this was a good story. The characters were interesting to follow. The storyline was like many western a clash of cultures. One the one side you have the cavalry and the other side you have the Comanches. Both sides are presented as neither the bad guys or the good guys. The main character, Colt Harding, is driven to find his daughter taken by the Comanches. To tell more of that story would spoil it for the reader. There is a parallel story in the book also this has to do with a stolen shipment of gold eagles. One thing more there is a reference to Comanche soup in the story that added a note of why all Indians didn't get along. My only problem was the editing needed to be watched as there were several typos in the story, but they were easy to figure out. In closing this story put in mind of the Searched another good western.

Teonyo
A tragic tale of life during the settlement of the west. Soldiers and Indians inflicting unbelievable acts of violence on each other. As the search for a captured child give way to a hunt for a thief/murderer the author draws the reader into a story that builds excitement and leaves one anxious for the next book. What lies ahead for this company of soldiers? Will the little girl respond to a Father and a way of life she has forgotten when that time comes? This book is a great beginning for a series of stories that will delight those that enjoy tales of the unsettled West.

Xanzay
I'm a big fan of western books and this book was well written. The story was good to a point and the characters well developed. I was a little disappointed that the plot winds itself into the second book. The first part of this book was compelling but it fell flat when an officer stole the gold shipment and hid it in his quarters. I could buy that but it fell flat when he shows the gold to the cleaning woman knowing she's a whore and he has to leave the post on a patrol for a few days is a stretch of the imagination and is something no man that I know of would do. But that aside I liked the way he described the action of both the Indians and the Troopers. Cunningham has a nice style to his writing and I'll read the sequel.

Nea
I have read another book by Chet Cunningham before and enjoyed it very much so was looking for another good Old West novel and was not disappointed. The author gives excellent detail and maintains good flow with just enough re-hash as to who's who if you have set the book down for a while - never a repeat unless a previous quote.

Why am I still writing?! There is a sequel I need to go buy and start reading!

Cala
Can't believe how much I enjoyed this book. This book had a great story and when I finished it left me wanting more.
Indians and Pony Soldiers..who would have thought that s 75 year old woman would enjoy this book so.much. looking forward to reading the next book!!

Angana
I didn't enjoy this book as much as previous books by the same author. For mine, there was too much use of modern language. Maybe I'm wrong, but were Indians really referred to as "hostiles" and not "Indians" "natives" "Comanche", or "the enemy"? I found such language grating, but the story itself was ok.

Nagor
As I began to read The Pony Soldier/Slaughter at Buffalo Creek, the many western movies I’ve watched with my husband over the years came to mind – the ones starring John Wayne and Clint Eastwood. It was typical in that it was a western with cowboys/soldiers and Indians and of course the story couldn’t be complete without taking someone captive. I don’t want to say too much and spoil the story, but looks like the rest of us will have to wait until the next book to see what happens as the book ends with a cliffhanger. Overall, I enjoyed the book. I recommend you read this book if you like westerns and I recommend you read this if you’ve never read one before. The author kept me turning the pages to see what happened next – a good sign of a great storyteller.

This book did not end it is continued on. There is 12 books in the series. I will not be continuing this book.

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