Sorrel Moon, 1st Edition

  • Series Name: Five Star Frontier Fiction Standing Order Plan
  • Cotton Smith
  • Published By:
  • ISBN-10: 1432828118
  • ISBN-13: 9781432828110
  • DDC: FIC
  • Shipping Weight: 1.05 lbs ( .48 kgs)
  • 314 Pages | Print | Hardcover
  • © 2014 | Published



Ethan Kerry‚ blinded by a wild horse‚ runs his growing Texas ranch — with the help of his two brothers‚ Cole and Luther‚ and his strong wife‚ Claire.

Notorious gunman Glory Van Camp‚ posing as a Uvalde minister‚ wants the massive Bar K. He is joined by his brother‚ evil stepfather and stepsister and recruited gunmen. Their first step: kill Cole‚ a gunfighter of note.

Cole Kerry is shot down in a crossfire and nearly dead. But‚ unknown to them‚ Ethan has regained his sight as the nerve endings in his eyes healed. He leads his men in a smart counterattack‚ then takes Cole’s big sorrel‚ the horse that blinded him‚ to go after Glory‚ his step-father and his stepsister‚ alone.

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Frontier Fiction paints vivid narratives of people who discover the depths of their character and courage in the American frontier. Your readers will find these stories, which feature a range of genres and diverse protagonists, hard to put down. These titles capture the spirit of freedom, individualism, and adventure of life in America on the evolving western edge before 1930. Featuring exciting new characters who face life-changing challenges in settings that are in stark contrast to civilized society, these titles are sure to please fans of Mysteries, Historical Fiction, Romance, Adventures, Native American Fiction, and Coming of Age/YA cross-over novels. 12 titles a year, 1 shipped each month, for approximately $234 a year.


"Hard-eyed characters and six-gun action. Smith knows cattle drives and cowboy lore." — Publishers Weekly

— Publishers Weekly

"The traditional Western doesn't get much better than Cotton Smith." — Roundup Magazine

— Roundup Magazine

"Cotton Smith's is a significant voice in the development of the American Western."—Loren D. Estleman, author of White Desert, Spur Award Winner

— Loren D. Estleman

"Nobody creates villains like Cotton Smith. Memorable. Believable. Cruel and mean." — True West magazine

— True West magazine