WILDCAT: A Novel of the West

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She fought rustlers, land thieves, murders, and her own heart!

Her pa taught Allison Katherine “Kat” Crandall to ride, rope, and shoot as good as any man. That’s why they called her “Wildcat”! Then her pa died in what folks called an “accident”, and when she returned from his funeral, half her ranch hands up and left. Kat knew that meant her father’s death was no accident but cold-blooded murder, even if she couldn’t prove it – yet! 

Soon her troubles really started: Rustling, stampedes, hijackings, her remaining hands attacked. If she didn’t do something fast, Kat would lose everything her father had worked for.

Wildcat is a thrilling romance of the frontier, brimming with action in the tradition of authors like Zane Grey, Max Brand, and Louis L’Amour and the classic Saturday-afternoon Western B-movies.

2 reviews for WILDCAT: A Novel of the West

  1. Jerry Harkey

    A delightful retro Western read/listen with gun shooting, horse riding, bad guys in black hats and good guys in white hats. Throw a strong female protagonist, a betrayal of trust, and a little love story and you have the complete mix for an enjoyable book.

  2. Danny Harr

    This is a good book. This book is very entertaining . There is a mystery. I highly recommend this book. If people knew how good this book is there would be thousands of reviews. It holds your interest from the beginning to the end. Jennifer March did a great job narrating this book. She is new to me . I will look for more books she has done. I highly recommend this book. I received this book from unleashed in exchange for a review but that has no influence on my review. Thank you.

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