I just saw Laurie Jenkin’s review of Chief of Thieves on her delightful blog Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews.
“The story telling kept me reading far into the night,” she says. “The characters and the events of the period seemed so real they became friends I was sorry to say goodbye to at the end” after the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
Spoiler alert, she “loved” it. She also included a review for Where They Bury You, the prequel. She only “really liked” the first novel.
For those of you who already read the first book, people keep saying they like Chief of Thieves better (and, of course, if you haven’t yet read Where They Bury You, you’re not (yet) too far behind to catch up!).
Here’s the entire review(s), or, as they say on the beach in the latest DISH commercials, “don’t just take it from me, you can get it straight from my horse’s mouth,” by clicking here.