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Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite
Winchester (The Landon Saga Book 11) is an authentic western yarn and though it is the eleventh in a series, it stands alone as a great read. Winchester, a cousin to Rondo and Yancy, has left Texas and is an army scout in New Mexico, looking for No Worries and the location of his Indian camp. As he is traveling through the mountains, he comes across a young Indian girl, Secora, who is stranded without a horse and suffering from a broken leg. Winchester helps her and the two become unlikely friends as they are a white man and an Indian girl, and since it is his army assignment to find her tribe and report their whereabouts to the army. Winchester finds himself in trouble fighting the bad guys, dealing with the Indians and just trying to survive. The ending has a twist which I will not spoil by revealing it here.
Tell Cotten has once again written an excellent story, pulling me into the action, making the characters real and old friends. I have read several of the other books in this series and each one has been a favorite. Winchester has everything a reader of the western genre could possibly hope for and more. I am looking forward to number twelve in the series and know I will not be disappointed. Winchester is a must-read at the top of my reading list status. If you enjoy a story with strong characters, romance, friendship, the Old West, and excitement, then please don’t pass this one up – you will not be sorry. Tell Cotten's Landon Series is five-star quality.