Mean and Evil (A Brannigan's Land Western) - book cover
Action & Adventure
  • Publisher : Kensington
  • Published : 27 Sep 2022
  • Pages : 336
  • ISBN-10 : 0786048700
  • ISBN-13 : 9780786048700
  • Language : English

Mean and Evil (A Brannigan's Land Western)

From the greatest western writers of the 21st century, William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone, ex-lawman turned cattle rancher Ty Brannigan returns to fight for what's his in Wyoming's Bear Paw mountains using his own unique brand of frontier justice…

As a man who traded his tin star for a cattle ranch and a family,Ty Brannigan loves his wife and children. And may Lord have mercy on those who would harm them-because Ty Brannigan will show none.
No one knows their way around a faro table, bank vault, or six shooter more than Smilin' Doc Ford. When he's not gambling or thieving, he's throwing lead-or, if he's feeling especially vicious, slitting throats with his Arkansas toothpick. Roaming the west with Doc is a band of wild outlaws including a pair of hate-filled ex-cons and the voluptuous Zenobia "Zee" Swallow, Doc's kill-crazy lady. 
The gang have been on a killing spree, leaving a trail of bodies near Ty Brannigan's Powderhorn spread in Wyoming's Bear Paw Mountains. U.S. marshals want Ty to help them track down Smilin' Doc's bunch. But when the hunt puts the Brannigan clan in the outlaws' sights, Ty and his kin take justice into their own hands-and deliver it with a furious, final vengeance.
Live Free. Read Hard.

Readers Top Reviews

a good story worth reading. if you like reading,read this book.
I like this new series by William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone. Mean and Evil is the second book about Ty Brannigan and his family. In this series a lot of the story is about his children growing up in a harsh environment, but also some things about Ty and his wife. I like the fact that it gives a new view on the classical western. I also like the fact that it's not only the men that is strong and can deal out justice from the barrel of a gun. I must thank Netgalley, Pinnacle and Kensington for giving me this advance copy for review.