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Reviewed by Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite
Beautiful, rugged and remote, Little Horse Canyon has been compromised by a shady land grabbing deal and will become a tourist destination in Raptor Canyon by A.W. Baldwin. Wyatt, a bottom level associate at a prestigious law firm, is called to join his boss, Todd William Winford IV, on a trip to the site of a major development in Utah. The renamed Raptor Canyon is the site of ancient petroglyphs that the partners hope will bring in scientists and tourists alike to make their proposed resort and dude ranch a big success – and a big money maker.
Relic, an old-timer who has lived his whole life in the expanse of what used to be Little Horse Canyon, comes across several men discussing the wall of petroglyphs when one is suddenly shot by another. Sickened by the experience and curious about the construction, Relic wants to find out what is going on. When Relic is leaving the mess tent, and is then confronted by the head of security, he accidentally bumps into Wyatt and the two flee as Lynch fires off some shots. Together, they escape through the rugged terrain and devise a plan to bring down the partners and save the natural beauty of the canyon along with the priceless petroglyphs. That is if they can escape with their lives.
Fantastic descriptions of the majestic canyon and tense action sequences keep you anxiously turning the pages in Raptor Canyon by A.W. Baldwin. Realistic dialogue and well-defined characters move this exciting story along with plenty of surprises and scares. Well done with plenty of excitement and wonderful descriptions. A terrific book for readers who appreciate a fast-moving tale that is relatively short, but action packed.