Two Indians and a Dead Man

Fiction - Historical - Event/Era
339 Pages
Reviewed on 08/29/2019
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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite

Two Indians and a Dead Man by C. Forrest Lundin is the story of a man from New Orleans who was looking for a fresh start but got himself into a situation that he couldn’t get out of. James Robertson was tired of the alienation from his family so he thought the best course of action for him would be to relocate and he chose Oregon to be his next destination. However, when he met a man called Two Fingers McCracken, he knew that this was a point that would make or break his life. Two Fingers McCracken has a daughter who has been kidnapped and he wants James’s help to find her. The deeper he goes into his search, the more complicated the situation becomes. He needs to find out what is happening, why Two Fingers' daughter has been kidnapped and who the man is behind it all before he runs out of time. Can he solve this mystery in time?

Action-packed and fast-paced, this novel is perfect for readers who enjoy western thrillers. What I particularly enjoyed about this novel is how strong and determined every character is. No one wants to feel like a victim here, everyone wants to get up and fight. The most standout character for me was Emmalee. She is a strong, resilient and determined woman, who just wanted to fight and not sit back and let the men take on her battles. James is complicated, he has layers and he allows the reader to peel each and every one of them off to decipher him. Both he and Emmalee make a good pair, one that offers support to each other and makes the difficult times easier. This is a definite bookshelf keeper! Entertaining from start to finish.