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You can take the man out of law enforcement. But you can't take the law enforcement out of the man. Logan McCoy has a ranch and he just wants to work on it. However his peace is short-lived, as deadly attacks spread across his town. His townsfolk are suddenly violated by torture, murder, arson, kidnapping, and cattle rustling. Logan is forced to take up his badge again - as de You can take the man out of law enforcement. But you can't take the law enforcement out of the man. Logan McCoy has a ranch and he just wants to work on it. However his peace is short-lived, as deadly attacks spread across his town. His townsfolk are suddenly violated by torture, murder, arson, kidnapping, and cattle rustling. Logan is forced to take up his badge again - as deputy sheriff. Cattle baron Brock Collins wants a ranch empire for himself. Brock is using the simple invention of the barbed wire to colonize a territory, at the expense of the innocent. Deputy Sheriff Logan needs to restore peace and justice before more innocent lives are lost. But when Logan catches up with Brock, the sheriff realizes there is more at stake. Brock and his gang are not the ones behind the attacks. And the killings continue. It is a free range war. A Texas Cattle War. And the mastermind is in the dark. Logan gathers together a posse to end these barbaric acts of destruction to a peaceful town. But how will a posse of sheriff be enough to end this madness?


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You can take the man out of law enforcement. But you can't take the law enforcement out of the man. Logan McCoy has a ranch and he just wants to work on it. However his peace is short-lived, as deadly attacks spread across his town. His townsfolk are suddenly violated by torture, murder, arson, kidnapping, and cattle rustling. Logan is forced to take up his badge again - as de You can take the man out of law enforcement. But you can't take the law enforcement out of the man. Logan McCoy has a ranch and he just wants to work on it. However his peace is short-lived, as deadly attacks spread across his town. His townsfolk are suddenly violated by torture, murder, arson, kidnapping, and cattle rustling. Logan is forced to take up his badge again - as deputy sheriff. Cattle baron Brock Collins wants a ranch empire for himself. Brock is using the simple invention of the barbed wire to colonize a territory, at the expense of the innocent. Deputy Sheriff Logan needs to restore peace and justice before more innocent lives are lost. But when Logan catches up with Brock, the sheriff realizes there is more at stake. Brock and his gang are not the ones behind the attacks. And the killings continue. It is a free range war. A Texas Cattle War. And the mastermind is in the dark. Logan gathers together a posse to end these barbaric acts of destruction to a peaceful town. But how will a posse of sheriff be enough to end this madness?

30 review for Texas Cattle War

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jerry Walch

    Texas Cattle War (A Classic Western) is exactly that, a classic western. William Black writes in the style of all the great classic western authors—Zane Grey, Louis L’Amour, Larry McMurty, Frederich Frost and Owen Wister—to name just a few. The dialogue is snappy, crisp and realistic. The characters are lifelike and relatable. Most western authors today filled their novels with gratuitous sex and violence, but William Black is an exception to that rule.  Texas Cattle War begins with Deputy Logan Texas Cattle War (A Classic Western) is exactly that, a classic western. William Black writes in the style of all the great classic western authors—Zane Grey, Louis L’Amour, Larry McMurty, Frederich Frost and Owen Wister—to name just a few. The dialogue is snappy, crisp and realistic. The characters are lifelike and relatable. Most western authors today filled their novels with gratuitous sex and violence, but William Black is an exception to that rule.  Texas Cattle War begins with Deputy Logan McCoy of Brenton, Texas, a veteran of the “big war,” the civil war, in a shootout with a wanted outlaw. After that opening encounter we fast forward a few years to Hamilton County, County, Texas where McCoy had become a rancher. Having lost his beloved wife, Bonnie, to illness, it’s just him, Carson, a close friend and another veteran of the big war and his faithful hound on the ranch. It’s not long before trouble finds him and he become embroiled in a range war. Once again he’s drawn back into being a law dog when his friend, the sheriff, asks him to become a deputy.  A few days later, the sheriff is killed, stabbed in the back as he sat at his desk, and McCoy steps up to become the lead deputy. The only good things that came from the sheriff’s tragic death is that McCoy and Emma, the sheriff’s daughter, find each other and fall in love. For Logan that was something of a miracle because he really felt that no woman could ever replace his Bonnie.  As Logan slowly brings everyone involved in the cattle war to justice, the way he manages to do that… well, you’ll just have to read this rip-oaring page turner to find out how he does that in the end we find him back on his ranch with his new wife, Emma. The town wanted him to be their new sheriff, but he got them to elect his best friend Carson in his place.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Charles Castell

    This is one of the most compassionate stories I have had the opportunity to read. There is never a dull moment throughout the entire exciting story with one outstanding story after the other. Great camaraderie among the good guys, and the bad guys are the "baddest" of the bad. Mr. Black certainly went above and beyond with his outstanding and descriptive, episodes of old cowboy gunfighting at its very best. Most certainly five star worthy, as the storylines successfully describes the realistic li This is one of the most compassionate stories I have had the opportunity to read. There is never a dull moment throughout the entire exciting story with one outstanding story after the other. Great camaraderie among the good guys, and the bad guys are the "baddest" of the bad. Mr. Black certainly went above and beyond with his outstanding and descriptive, episodes of old cowboy gunfighting at its very best. Most certainly five star worthy, as the storylines successfully describes the realistic lifestyles of our old American western folklore, and the character selections were outstandingly selected for their assigned roles. The duo of Logan McCoy and Bo Carson does an outstanding job organizing the townspeople to stand up for their lawful rights in meeting their enemies face to face! Definitely a heartwarming, and family-friendly town, and the compassion which the towns people displayed, when needed, was thoroughly descriptive through the final paragraph! I definitely recommend this fascinating story to all readers, regardless of your reading pleasure, as there are many heartwarming episodes, with mention of Bible revelations throughout the entire books. Anytime the Good Book is mentioned my attention intensifies. Just a great story of reasons western adventures!!!😂

  3. 4 out of 5

    D. E.

    A WB. Western Adventure Mystery/A Texas Town/Barbed Wire/ People To Crazy WB. has. penned a Texas western with historical connotations. In this case it is the invention of Barber Wire. One wealthy rancher wants to buy all the small ranchers and then fence off the water so he can charge by the head as the trail drives to by. Another forms a gang of men to stop his actions and do not care whom they kill. One rancher, a past Deputy Marshal, is sworn in as a Deputy Sheriff to assist the aging Sheriff A WB. Western Adventure Mystery/A Texas Town/Barbed Wire/ People To Crazy WB. has. penned a Texas western with historical connotations. In this case it is the invention of Barber Wire. One wealthy rancher wants to buy all the small ranchers and then fence off the water so he can charge by the head as the trail drives to by. Another forms a gang of men to stop his actions and do not care whom they kill. One rancher, a past Deputy Marshal, is sworn in as a Deputy Sheriff to assist the aging Sheriff. The two men are unable to stop the terror and killings because they have no idea whom is behind the activities. This is an excellent read for the genre.....DEHS

  4. 5 out of 5

    LaRee Sutherland

    Just like watching a western movie I love westerns. I has loved them since I was a kid when white was the good guys and black was the bad guys. Of course white always wins. In this western, the good guys are very committed to finding the bad guys and bringing them to the court to be judged and pay for their crimes. Their lives were usually at risk, as in Texas Cattle War. Lots of action and strong commitment to justice. Definitely a 5 star western.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Judith Bowers

    Review Good over Evil !!! I love it, this book is full of adventure and suspense! Every turn of the page, more insight into the lives of our courageous forefathers who blazed the trail for us to follow!! Good Job writing a book that can entertain both men and women!!! I will read the rest of your books and write my reviews to help other readers want to read it also!!! Thanks for writing about McCoy and Emily, thank you for allowing them to live together.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Larry Blagg

    Great read I really liked this story. It seemed so real. The characters were well developed. Every county seems to have a land baron and folks trying to survive. I highly recommend this book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Teresa Smith

    Action filled I enjoyed reading the book. A lot of excitement. I appreciate that the main character believe in God and wasn't ashamed to say it. Thank you for the same thing, not ashamed to have a man believe in God. Action filled I enjoyed reading the book. A lot of excitement. I appreciate that the main character believe in God and wasn't ashamed to say it. Thank you for the same thing, not ashamed to have a man believe in God.

  8. 4 out of 5

    larry brashear

    Good Book! The Book was a great story of the life in the old West. It was interesting and exciting with a fine plot. The only reason I have four stars is that is was very poorly written and edited.

  9. 5 out of 5

    E. C. Swartout

    Texas Cattle War This was a very good job of writhing but I felt that there were quite a few parts that could have been left out to shorten the story but not hurt the story.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Pat Ison Saylor

    A Real Old Western With the feel of Louie Lamour and other great western writers. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. If you love western read this!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Cleve Atkin

    Good story Good story, but did kind of go on and on so it was kind of hard to follow. I had to keep going back to review for details

  12. 5 out of 5

    Casey

    Loved the story Good writer, some poor research and bad grammar. What the heck is a sewing wheel? Bodies don't get cold in just over an hour. Loved the story Good writer, some poor research and bad grammar. What the heck is a sewing wheel? Bodies don't get cold in just over an hour.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Johnston

  14. 5 out of 5

    Linda Tanner

  15. 5 out of 5

    sanjay k rane

  16. 4 out of 5

    M. Elizabeth

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ed Smith

  18. 5 out of 5

    David M Smart

  19. 4 out of 5

    Eddie Upton

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kieran Gallagher

  21. 5 out of 5

    Dianne

  22. 4 out of 5

    june mc leese

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lyle Stuehrenberg

  24. 5 out of 5

    jim

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dennis Raimi

  26. 4 out of 5

    Allan Wagner

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sandra N. Patterson

  28. 5 out of 5

    Chuck

  29. 4 out of 5

    Gerry James

  30. 5 out of 5

    charlotte johnson

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