Review of Wolf Spencer by Joe Prentis

Wolf Spencer
Joe Prentis

The opening of this book reads like a Clint Eastwood / Sergio Leone spaghetti western.
Credit goes to Joe Prentis for a cinematic vision and being able to write in a style that
captures the details of the Old West. If you like reading Westerns this first book of
Prentis’ Renegade series will keep your interest. It has the makings of establishing a
new genre. Call it the Western as Mystery.
Wolf Spencer is a man with a past. Who he is and why are part of the mystery.Why did
he leave the town that opens memorably with, ”If Wolf Spancer saw the gallows as he
rode into town, there was no indication...under the shade of his flat­brimmed hat”? Why
did he come back? Does he love Shannon? Does Shannon love him? What happened
between them? Who are the bad guys? Who are the good guys? It’s the kids’ game of
Cowboys and Indians all over again with a twist ­ not all the Indians are bad guys.
Many questions arise and many answers are given. But many answers are not given.
You have to read the whole Renegade series to get all the answers I guess.
4 Stars

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