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Leadville (Steve Dancy Tales, #2) Steve Dancy Tales Honest Westerns Filled With Dishonest Characters When New York City Shopkeeper Steve Dancy Moved West To Experience The Frontier, He Wound Up Embroiled In A Deadly Feuda Feud That He Was Forced To Settle With Guns Now, All He Wants To Do Is Follow Up On A Few Business Interests, Write About His Adventures, And Continue His Exploration Of The West But In The Autumn Of 1879, Joseph McAllen Asks Dancy For Help Ute Renegades Have Abducted A Young Girl Near Mesa Verde, Colorado, And The Pinkerton Captain Wants Him To Join The Rescue Party Surprisingly, The Trail Doesn T Lead Into The San Juan Mountains, But To Leadville A Rich Mining Town Teeming With The Worst Elements Of A Raw Frontier Bitter Feuds, Vendettas, And Greed Turn The Affair Into A Bloody Conflict That Spans The State Dancy Has Proved That He Can Handle Himself In Rough Mining Towns But Can This Shopkeeper Survive A Dangerous Mountain Wilderness

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  1. says:

    I really enjoy these Steve Dancy westerns Having read them slightly out of order, I started with the 3rd book and have now filled in the first 2, has been just slightly weird but not badly disconcerting Also, I know have the details on a few things that were mentioned in Murder at Thumb Butte that I didn t have before I feel like my handle on the characters, overall, is better These characters are worth it, too I like the interplay between Steve and Jeff Sharp a lot I even like that some o I really enjoy these Steve Dancy westerns Having read them slightly out of order, I started with the 3rd book and have now filled in the first 2, has been just slightly weir...


  2. says:

    Leadville is a fine follow up to The Shopkeeper One might even argue that the two actually are parts of one book Leadville picks up soon after the closing of The Shopkeeper Narrator Steve Dancy is joined by his small group of pals as they go on a deadly adve...


  3. says:

    The Steve Dancy series turns out to be an extremely well written western series, at times introducing historical characters In our first outing, Dancy proved himself to be a gunman extraordinaire, even though an Easterner This did not come naturally, but came because his New York father rejected his family s wealth to work as a gunsmith, and young Dancy did so The writer took his time revealing this area of Dancy s education and talents in the first novel bringing him to a realistic gunfi The Steve Dancy series turns out to be an extremely well written western series, at times introducing historical characters In our first outing, Dancy proved himself to be a gunman extraordinaire, even though an Easterner This did not come naturally, but came because his New York father rejected his family s wealth to work as a gunsmith, and young Dancy did so The writer took his time revealing this area of Dancy s education and talents in the first novel bringing him to a realistic gunfight and revealing to others he had some talent This easterner is learning the ways of the west bit by bit.This time, Captain McAllen calls for help when his daughter is kidnapped That sets the stage for a whole lot of western action, written in a realistic fashion Dancy is still learning how to be a westerner, and still using his wealth to set up operations designed to get the bad guy The gunfights in both novels arealong...


  4. says:

    Am enjoying reading this series I love watching how Steve learns the way of the west but still is enough of an Easterner to stay civilized with the people in the West.It was enjoyable to read the descriptions of the areas they were traveling in because I have off roaded all around th...


  5. says:

    Another winner I love the characters Mr Best has created and thoroughly enjoy the stories I d recommend the first two Steve Dancy books and look forward to reading .


  6. says:

    Shopkeeper Steve Dancy and his sidekick Jeff Sharp, come to the aid of their friend, Pinkerton Captain McAllen, whose daughter is kidnapped by a renegade band of Ute Indians in Durango, a very tough silver mining town in 1879 Colorado The kidnapping soon becomes complicated by old enemies of both McAllen and Dancy for different reasons What is so engaging about the characters in this series is their charisma and likability which translates into readability Dancy and Sharp differ from most fic Shopkeeper Steve Dancy and his sidekick Jeff Sharp, come to the aid of their friend, Pinkerton Captain McAllen, whose daughter is kidnapped by a renegade band of Ute Indians in Durango, a very tough silver mining town in 1879 Colorado The kidnapping soon becomes complicated by old enemies of both McAllen and Dancy for different reasons What is so engaging about the characters in this series is their charisma and likability which translates into readabili...


  7. says:

    A sequel to The Shopkeeper I don t read many westerns, but I enjoyed The Shopkeeper and the character of Steve Dancy Leadville doesn t disappoint either Steve and his mining buddy Jeff Sharp connect up with their old Pinkerton friend Joseph McAllen to track down the Indians who have abducted his daughter Steve s old nemesis, Mrs Bolton returns and is as evil as always.The story is exciting and fast p...


  8. says:

    Good westerns might be hard to come by, but this author is fitting the bill This is Book 2 in the Steve Dancy series While reading 1, The Shopkeeper, isn t necessary, it would sure help to keep things in order Dancy was a shopkeeper in NY who came out west to get enough stories to write a book Not any ordinary shopkeeper, though, he is an expert gunsmith with a natural feel for handling ...


  9. says:

    I was a little worried that I wouldn t enjoy it as much as the first book in this series, Shopkeeper I don t normally read westerns so I wasn t sure if a whole trilogy could hold my interest But this just confirms ...


  10. says:

    Good book, fun western.Likes The characters and plot Well done and likable It takes a lot for me to dislikes a western since I grew up reading them, I have a huge soft spot for them Plus, I grew up in Nevada so I know a lot of co...

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