Fiction - Western
423 Pages
Reviewed on 09/30/2017
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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite

Tejano by J. Bradley Van Tighem is a real treat for fans of Westerns, a story with a great setting and plot. It has been 15 years since Thorn Bird's war ended and the land has known real peace and prosperity. But now, a new threat looms on the horizon. A powerful man called Captain James McCord, aka Lead Fingers, is on a sinister campaign and he will stop at nothing to take over Many Wolves’ village. Many Wolves and his friend, Malone, are invited to join the union of the Penateka and Nokoni Comanches to fight their common enemy. Can they put up a successful resistance against a man such as Lead Fingers? And why does Green-Eyed Coyote, the mysterious man from the South, look at Many Wolves in such a weird way?

The third book in a spellbinding series, Tejano is set against the backdrop of an Indian community and it explores their habits and customs in a story that is action-packed and wonderfully plotted. There are surprises that readers won’t see coming, characters they will root for, and a culture they will want to explore. Readers will be utterly immersed in the story as they follow the exciting dialogues and the conflict that intensifies from each page to the next riveting page. J. Bradley Van Tighem comes across as a great storyteller with a rare gift for character and plot. The writing is balanced and readers will enjoy the dialogues and the captivating prose. This is a novel that will undoubtedly take readers on an adventurous ride through a well-crafted setting; a fast-paced and pulsating story.