Sundance 4: Death in the Lava - John Benteen

Sundance 4: Death in the Lava

By John Benteen

  • Release Date: 2014-06-27
  • Genre: Historical
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Sundance 4: Death in the Lava John Benteen Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

The land echoed with the thundering hoofs of Modoc ponies. In minutes they swooped down and captured the wagon train and its cargo of gold. But an Indian could not spend stolen gold in the days when Captain Jack ruled the Modoc tribe. So they buried it deep in a cave in the lava beds at Tule Lake."

Jim Sundance, half-white, half-Cheyenne gunslinger found himself hip-deep in the big strike that had hit the Dakota Territory. A money-hungry head of a band of buffalo hunters swore he would grab the lion's share of the loot. Before Sundance faced him in a showdown, he would tangle with the conceited General George A. Custer, a kill-crazy Sioux medicine man and Lucille, the beautiful, hot-blooded boss of the Hills' wildest saloon.

A fast-paced action Western that will leave you panting for breath by the end.

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