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Here is a gripping continuation of the acclaimed People of the Plains saga (more than 200,000 copies in print), in which Captain Jean Benoit faces murderous Apaches, treacherous scalp hunters, and a dangerous newcomer to Santa Fe.
New Mexico Territory, 1858. A place and time where justice means life or death and bloodthirsty renegades ride free. He Who Hears Like a Coyote leads a rogue group of Chiricahua Apaches out for American blood. A pack of scalp hunters, captained by Jim Morehouse, is determined to collect the bounties the Chihuahua government has put on Apaches. And caught in the middle is newly promoted captain Jean Benoit.
In the midst of what seems like a simple mission -- escorting Senator Clement Couvillion's beautiful wife, Marie, to Fort Marcy -- Benoit's party is attacked by rogue Apaches. But these deadly marauders are only the beginning of Benoit's trouble. Senator Couvillion has come to Santa Fe, a surprise visit that could cost Benoit everything he holds dear...
Endorsed by Tony Hillerman, Cold Justice delivers an unflinching story of heroism, hardship, and bravery in the Old West -- a powerful novel that fans have come to expect from the People of the Plains series.