Terrence McCauley’s new Western novel, Dark Territory (Pinnacle, $7.99). comes out guns blazing from the very first page and doesn’t let up until the action-packed finale. In the fictionalized boomtown of Dover Station, Montana, a rash of train robberies raises Sheriff Aaron Mackey’s suspicion and he quickly sets out to lay down the law. McCauley does an expert job of weaving suspense and intrigue into this traditional Western tale. Along with the enjoyable Western tropes, McCauley incorporates elements of a good old-fashioned mystery that make this book a real page-turner. Territory is a fun read I highly recommend to any fan of the genre.
—Kellen Cutsforth, author of Buffalo Bill, Boozers, Brothels, and Bare-Knuckle Brawlers: An Englishman’s Journal of Adventure in America