Valley of Fire

Valley of Fire Boggs is unparalleled in evoking the gritty reality of the Old West The Shootist An Unholy Alliance Micah Bishop doesn t believe in miracles until a derringer packing nun busts him out of jail But it

  • Title: Valley of Fire
  • Author: Johnny D. Boggs
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Boggs is unparalleled in evoking the gritty reality of the Old West The Shootist An Unholy Alliance Micah Bishop doesn t believe in miracles until a derringer packing nun busts him out of jail But it s not Christian charity that s driving Sister Genevieve she wants Micah to take her to a place called the Valley of Fire, deep in the most lawless and perilous part of Boggs is unparalleled in evoking the gritty reality of the Old West The ShootistAn Unholy AllianceMicah Bishop doesn t believe in miracles until a derringer packing nun busts him out of jail But it s not Christian charity that s driving Sister Genevieve she wants Micah to take her to a place called the Valley of Fire, deep in the most lawless and perilous part of New Mexico Territory It was here where an order of nuns met their Maker, and it s Sister Genevieve s mission to see that they are given a proper funeral Or so she claims Micah s not in the habit of helping nuns, but it turns out the only true vow Genevieve ever took was to get rich and there s a fortune in gold buried along with the sisters With kill crazy bandits and blood hunting bounty hunters after them, it ll take a miracle to reach the Valley of Fire, let alone get the gold But sometimes, the Almighty does work in mysterious ways Johnny Boggs has produced another instant page turnern t put down the book until you finish it Tony Hillerman on Killstraight Johnny D Boggs tells a crisply powerful story that rings true than two centuries after the bloody business was done The Charleston S.C Post and Courier on The DespoilersRaves For The Westerns Of Johnny D Boggs Another dramatic story by a finalist for the Spur award of Western Writers of America Amarillo Globe News on Once They Wore the Gray An entertaining western in the classic mold The characters possess enough human frailty to be believable, the author includes interesting stuff on the weaponry of the times, and there is enough gunplay to satisfy genre purists Booklist on Ten and Me Boggs has once written a humdinger of a book with wonderful characters, even the villains The Despoilers tears at one s heart, which is what really good fiction should do Roundup on The Despoilers Boggs unique approach to the Lincoln County War s legal skirmishing is both eye opening and memorable True West on Law of the Land a finely crafted historical novel with fully developed characters playing out their lives against the backdrop of early Texas settlement American Cowboy on Spark on the Prairie Boggs delivers a colorful, clever and arresting tale Santa Fe New Mexican on Camp Ford

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    About “Johnny D. Boggs

    • Johnny D. Boggs

      Johnny D Boggs is a Spur and Wrangler Award winning author of the American West and frontier Born in 1962, Boggs grew up on a farm near Timmonsville, South Carolina, around the old stamping grounds of Revolutionary War hero Francis Marion chronicled in his frontier novel The Despoilers He knew he wanted to be a writer at an early age He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with his wife, Lisa Smith son, Jack Smith Boggs and basset hound, June.

    298 thoughts on “Valley of Fire

    • This book has more two-legged varmits and mean hombres than the Ok Corral. Throw in a kind of shady but good-hearted-in-spite-of-himself "hero", a spunky sometimes-nun as the heroine, a blind, one-armed all-the-time nun as a sidekick, a treasure in gold hidden in a hell hole that could kill a rattlesnake and you have one good romp of a read. First time reading this author. Will definitely read him again.


    • So far, I'd have to say this is my least favorite of Johnny D. Boggs's books. There wasn't anything really wrong with it, not really, other than kind of dragging in places and having a predictable ending.Valley of Fire follows more adventures of Micah Bishop. Or maybe this is the first. I don't know. I first met Micah in the novel Mojave. He's a likable fellow, for a gambler, horse thief, and various other unflattering titles. In this one, he starts out in jail for killing a man who is the cousi [...]


    • A cowboy and nun meet in a jail in New Mexico is how this story begins and a wild adventure it is. This a page turner with twist and turns, ghost and bodies littered along the way to the Valley of Fire. I enjoyed this western and willing to see what the writer has next.


    • Another excellent read by Boggs. Full of ingot gold, nun's, lover's quarrel and bandits. A great western read.




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