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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
Hell Came with Her by Channing H Cornwall is a tale of revenge. Sadie Warner is looking to settle a vendetta. Her family is all slaughtered and she is left in a shallow grave, left to die. Teaming up with Cullen Travers, a retired bounty hunter, Sadie sets off in pursuit of the murdering villains who took the lives of her family and almost killed her. They make their way through the mountains and forests of Oregon, through Washington, on the trail to find The Faceless Ghosts. When she finds them, it won’t be pretty, but will blood and guns win the day? Beware the hell that comes with her!
Hell Came With Her by Channing H Cornwall is a bloody, gutsy tale of revenge set in the old West. It isn’t for the faint-hearted, that’s for sure, being very descriptive in the violent scenes. The chapters were not very long, but each one was packed with plenty of action, action that is intense, incredibly and unflinchingly real. The descriptions of the violence and the sex leave little to the imagination but this just added to the tone of the story. The only thing I found a little disconcerting was the lack of character development; the only character that seemed to be given any real story was the main protagonist, the rest were left alone and I felt that distracted somewhat from the story as each had their own part to play. Aside from that, the story is a good one and is recommended for anyone who wants a real down and gritty novel to get into.