[REVIEW] Dust (Splatter Western #3) – by Chris Miller

I’m not sure if Death’s Head Press planned only for these three books in their Splatter Western series or not, but Dust leaves you with endless possibilities. Miller’s writing is brutal and quick; most things are explained early on, and there are sequences of action every other chapter, it seems. Readers that seek adrenaline injections…

[REVIEW] Hunger on the Chisholm Trail – by M. Ennenbach

HUNGER ON THE CHISHOLM TRAIL (Splatter Western, Book Two) By M. Ennenbach *3.5 out of 5* Though this title isn’t as strong as The Magpie Coffin, Hunger on the Chisholm Trail (book two in the Splatter Western series) is a fast and furious read that I thoroughly enjoyed. A cattle drive from Texas to Kansas…

[REVIEW] The Magpie Coffin – by Wile E. Young

THE MAGPIE COFFIN (Splatter Western, Book One) By Wile E. Young *4 out of 5* The Magpie Coffin kicks off the new Splatter Western series from Death’s Head Press with a hell of a bang, immediately setting the bar high for whichever books will follow. Salem Covington – a feared man who collects stories and…