A Vicious Killer is on the Loose in ‘Robert B. Parker’s Buckskin’

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When violence erupts in Appaloosa, Virgil Cole strives to keep the peace.
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Legendary mystery author Robert B. Parker may have died nine years ago, but the beloved characters he created live on, including Old West lawmen Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch. Now they’re about to saddle up once again in the forthcoming novel, Robert B. Parker’s Buckskin, by Robert Knott.

Robert Knott's ROBERT B. PARKER'S BUCKSKIN

G.P. Putnam’s Sons

In the 10th installment of Parker’s classic western series, Cole and Hitch struggle to prevent war from breaking out in Appaloosa between two rivals with a score to settle.

Ever since gold was discovered in the foothills just outside town, the hired guns of these two entrepreneurs have sought to lay claim to it. Then miners start disappearing, and eventually one of the businessmen is killed right on his doorstep.

As if all that aren’t enough to keep Cole and Hitch busy for days, another killer is heading to town with vengeance on his mind. To make matters worse, it seems like all this trouble may erupt during a perfect storm of deadly violence amidst the Appaloosa Days festival, just when countless innocent souls could get caught in the melee.

Want to know more? Sample the first three chapters of the book and read an excerpt here.

Although Robert B. Parker’s Buckskin hits store shelves on May 7, you can pre-order it now from your local bookseller or at one of these fine online retailers: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, iBooks, IndieBound, and Powell’s.

About Jathan Fink
Jathan is a journalist, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. He is also a travel junkie, foodie and jazz aficionado. A California native, he resides in Texas.

One Response to A Vicious Killer is on the Loose in ‘Robert B. Parker’s Buckskin’

  1. Robert B. Parker is my favorite author. I re-read some of his stories. Its amazing people are still writing — keeping his characters alive. If he only knew. What an hommage to any author. BRAVO! 🌼

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