About the Book
The Woe-Be-Gone boys, a vicious gang of outlaws rushes south through the American frontier, leaving desolation in their wake.
On their trail is Saoirse Creed, a bounty hunter with a debt to pay. Her only chance to pay that debt rides with the gang, but what depths will she sink to achieve her goal.
Now, as she tracks them down to a town on the precipice of despair, Saoirse must overcome the final hurdle in order to capture her man and return to a life that she thought was all but lost.
UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08BYWHDYS
US – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BYWHDYS
Freedom of the Creed is an action-filled bareback ride into the Wild West, where justice and revenge are dispensed in equal measure.
The main character, Saoirse Creed, is such a strong female character that I instantly adored her. She is ahead of her time with a quick brain and accurate aim that few men can rival, particularly her twin brother. I loved her brass and metal, and her determination is unparalleled. I am completely in awe of her.
The story’s natural flowing style pulls you in even when the violence threatens to push you back out. The dialogue also flows equally, making it easy to feel like you are part of this legendary world. These attributes effectively come together to tell the story of the dark and gritty late 1800s.
I loved the historical references, especially the Pinkerton Detective Agency, that hired the first female detective in1856. They were the biggest and most well-known detective agency in American history, probably most famous for breaking up various Wild West gangs, such as Jesse James’ posse and Butch Cassidy’s Wild Bunch. They began in the 1850s and still exist today. I found it very cool to learn more about this agency.
If you are looking for an action-packed story with unexpected twists and turns in a Wild West setting, this is the book for you.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
About the Author
N.J Coleridge finds time to write when he is not performing his official duties as his daughter’s “royal servant.” He has always had a passion for the frontier and the old-west. Freedom of the Creed is his first novel. For more adventures featuring Saoirse be sure to read the novella “A Prayer for the Dying”.
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