Santa Fe (Mass Market)
A Skye's West Novel
Forge Books, 9780812521443, 352pp.
Publication Date: November 15, 1994
A tawdry travelling medicine show is the last place you'd expect to find frontier scout Barnaby Skye and his two wives, But he's been hired to guide the caravan across the dangerous Sante Fe Trail. And when Skye starts a job, he follows through.
So when Indians abduct and ravish the troupe's beautiful young star, Skye has no choice but to kill her tormentors. Now, scores of vengeful Comanches gather to unleash their fury on Skye's party.
Surrounded and outnumbered, Skye and his women must defy the warriors' bloodlust, or face an agonizing death.
About the Author
Richard S. Wheeler (1935-2019) wrote over fifty novels and several short stories. He won six Spur Awards (for Fool's Coach, Sierra, Masterson, Drum's Ring, Vengeance Valley, and The Canyon of Bones) and the Owen Wister Award for lifetime achievement in the field of western literature. His series include Skye's West and The Witness.
Before turning to fiction he was a newsman and book editor. Wheeler lived in the literary and film community of Livingston, Montana.
Praise For Santa Fe: A Skye's West Novel…
“Draws memorable characters with bold and bigger-than-life strokes.” —Terry C. Johnston, author of the Plainsmen series
“No one doss it better!” —The Roundup Quarterly