Comanche Moon by Chet Cunningham
(Pony Soldiers No. 3)

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Tired of the evil doings of the government in Washington, the Comanches go on a rampage. Sick of dealing with corrupt whiskey traders, they devote themselves to destroying the lives of the settlers. They go through the land like an unstoppable force, the finger of God, stealing, raping, and murdering. The only group with any chance of stopping the Comanches is the equally bloodthirsty Pony Soldiers. Which side will surrender first?

About Chet Cunningham

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Chet Cunningham served in the army in postwar Japan and saw combat in the Korean War. He has written hundreds of westerns and military novels, and more than a dozen military nonfiction titles including the Military Book Club Selection "Hell Wouldn't Stop." He has lived in San Diego, California, with his wife, Rose Marie, for more than 40 years.
Published June 1, 1989 by John Curley & Assoc. 264 pages
Genres: Westerns, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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