Boomtown by James A. Moore

BoomtownBoomtown by James A. Moore
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Enter Carson Point just a normal gold rush boomtown until a group of Confederate Army runaways start trying to blame vicious attacks on the Indians in the area.

This book is a dark, bloody ride. The plot is paced very well and the characters are very well fleshed out. I would like to see more from the travels of Jonathon Crowley and Lucas Slate.

The only thing I didnt like about this book was the number of POV's in the book. There are at least different POV's in each chapter sometimes making it hard to read, but it does help to round out the story to give a complete view of what is happening.

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