Raised by Crow Indians. Enlisted by the US Army. Legendary scout Cody Hunter returns to the mountains where he lost his family—and makes a shocking discovery that will change his life forever . . .
THIS WOLF HUNTS ALONE
His Crow name was Crazy Wolf. Orphaned after losing his family in an Indian attack, young Cody Hunter found a loving home among the Crow people—and learned the ancient ways of the Crow trackers. His well-honed skills earned him a place in the U.S. Army as a valued scout. But now, after fifteen years of living his life as Crazy Wolf, Cody is ready to face his painful past. He will return to the place that still gives him nightmares—and where the dreams of his father ended in bloodshed . . .
High in the mountains of Montana, Cody finds a stone memorial erected by the survivors of the families slaughtered there. The site of the attack triggers Cody’s darkest memories—and leads him to a stunning realization: his father and two brothers did not die on that day. They may still be alive. And he will stop at nothing to find them again. To follow in their footsteps. To track them down on the treacherous journey west. A search this deadly may be the craziest thing Crazy Wolf has ever done. But he is a born Hunter—and he’s willing to die that way. . . .
About the Author
Charles G. West is the author of more than forty action-packed Westerns. He won the 2018 Spur Award from the Western Writers of America for his Western novel Hell Hath No Fury. He currently resides in Ocala, Florida, with his wife, Ronda. Visit him at CharlesGWest.com.
Praise for Charles G. West
"West has created a strong, believable protagonist for what promises to be an exciting series...Hell Hath No Fury has it all--gunfights, Indians, rustlers, everything a fan of the traditional Western could want.” —Roundup Magazine
"Rarely has an author painted the great American West in strokes so bold, vivid, and true." —Ralph Compton
"West's character studies are excellent; his plots move forward at pace and his action scenes put you right there amidst the flying lead and dust. Another of West's strengths is making his readers share the emotions of his characters and this is done particularly well in this book, especially when describing the turmoil Hawk feels that sets him out on his self-imposed mission." —Western Fiction Review on No Justice in Hell
"A great series. Why do I like the book? (1) tells a good story which flows and is not contrived; (2) has a main character subject to make mistakes; (3) as I read, I like to predict what will happen next. This author puts some twists and turns which were certainly unexpected; (4) takes place in my favorite state, Montana (5) the book has given me some ideas I would like to investigate about early life in Montana. Buy it, read it, enjoy." —Rope Burns on No Justice in Hell
"West, a fan favorite for over two decades, introduces his new John Hawk series." —True West on Hell Hath No Fury