High White Sun

High White Sun

In this fiery and violent new sequel to The Far Empty, even though Sheriff Ross is dead and gone, outlaws still walk free, peace comes at a price, and redemption remains hard to find. Some things in the Big Bend never change. Sometimes we have to be wolves . . . In the wake of Sheriff Stanford Ross?s death, former deputy Chris Cherry?now Sheriff Cherry?is the new ?law? in B In this fiery and violent new sequel to The Far Empty, even though Sheriff Ross is dead and gone, outla...

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Title:High White Sun
Author:J. Todd Scott
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:0399176357
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:466 pages pages

High White Sun Reviews

  • Paul
    May 30, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

  • Al
    Apr 19, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

  • Dan Schwent
    Jan 10, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

  • Victoria
    Jun 04, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...

    High White Sun is a solid follow-up to Scott?s 2016 debut hit, The Far Empty. A prologue set in 1999 recounts the murder of Texas Ranger Bob Ford, the long echo of which reverberates through events of the current day like the howling of the wind off the distant Mexican mountains. In ...

  • Vernon Luckert
    Apr 25, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...

    High White Sun is a solid follow-up to Scott?s 2016 debut hit, The Far Empty. A prologue set in 1999 recounts the murder of Texas Ranger Bob Ford, the long echo of which reverberates through events of the current day like the howling of the wind off the distant Mexican mountains. In ...

    J. Todd Scott's second book about Big Bend County is very good, if somewhat patchy. He has a firm grasp of his interesting characters, maintains their consistency throughout the narrative. His blends of description, dialogue and action continue to be solid. The growth of Scott's two ma...

    Yes, thought this was really good. Very much a sequel to the first book, the Far Empty, with Chris now the Sheriff and events now two years on from the first book. Set in the small and remote town of Murfee, in Texas, very close to the Mexican border. A group of strangers take up resid...

    Sheriff Cherry is back in his new role as Sheriff instead of Deputy. He brings with him a fresh faced Hispanic woman and a craggy old widower who has nothing better to do than teach the new sheriff and his deputy some of the police work he?s learned through the decades. Not far from ...

    I appreciated the author's prose, and a portrait of West Texas was well painted. The author describes the arroyos and mountains using vibrant and sensual descriptions. I was unsure of his choice of first person for one character, but it did allow a second location of the story to seem ...

    Review is of a free copy from a Goodreads giveaway. I am most impressed with this author. I enjoyed the novel so much I am going to have to get a copy of his first novel, "The Far Empty" to read. Author develops some characters that are evil to the core, but very intelligent - and ther...

  • Deana
    Apr 16, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

  • Kent Kauffman
    Sep 29, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...

    High White Sun is a solid follow-up to Scott?s 2016 debut hit, The Far Empty. A prologue set in 1999 recounts the murder of Texas Ranger Bob Ford, the long echo of which reverberates through events of the current day like the howling of the wind off the distant Mexican mountains. In ...

    J. Todd Scott's second book about Big Bend County is very good, if somewhat patchy. He has a firm grasp of his interesting characters, maintains their consistency throughout the narrative. His blends of description, dialogue and action continue to be solid. The growth of Scott's two ma...

    Yes, thought this was really good. Very much a sequel to the first book, the Far Empty, with Chris now the Sheriff and events now two years on from the first book. Set in the small and remote town of Murfee, in Texas, very close to the Mexican border. A group of strangers take up resid...

    Sheriff Cherry is back in his new role as Sheriff instead of Deputy. He brings with him a fresh faced Hispanic woman and a craggy old widower who has nothing better to do than teach the new sheriff and his deputy some of the police work he?s learned through the decades. Not far from ...

    I appreciated the author's prose, and a portrait of West Texas was well painted. The author describes the arroyos and mountains using vibrant and sensual descriptions. I was unsure of his choice of first person for one character, but it did allow a second location of the story to seem ...

    Review is of a free copy from a Goodreads giveaway. I am most impressed with this author. I enjoyed the novel so much I am going to have to get a copy of his first novel, "The Far Empty" to read. Author develops some characters that are evil to the core, but very intelligent - and ther...

    Second in the series, a modern day western. South Texas - The Law, Bike Gangs and Drug dealers combine in a terrific tale. Like his first it takes a little time to get going but Scott really brings it here. Loved his first and this is better. ...

    Slow start, helps to have read the first book but is not critical to getting into the story. Really picks up after about 100 pages and has a strong finish. Good character development. Highly engaging and believable story line. ...

    I really wanted to like this book since I enjoyed the first one so much. The first 2/3 of this book dragged ..... all the action happened towards the end of the book. Too much of the book spent talking about how hot and dusty it is, describing the scenery, etc. ...

    This guy Scott is great. Since he was a border cop he knows how to get down and dirty with some bad guys. Very good character builder, very good story teller, J. Todd will be here a long, long time and I will everything he writes. Highly recommended. ...

  • Ben
    May 31, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

  • Steven Wells
    Jun 04, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...

    High White Sun is a solid follow-up to Scott?s 2016 debut hit, The Far Empty. A prologue set in 1999 recounts the murder of Texas Ranger Bob Ford, the long echo of which reverberates through events of the current day like the howling of the wind off the distant Mexican mountains. In ...

    J. Todd Scott's second book about Big Bend County is very good, if somewhat patchy. He has a firm grasp of his interesting characters, maintains their consistency throughout the narrative. His blends of description, dialogue and action continue to be solid. The growth of Scott's two ma...

    Yes, thought this was really good. Very much a sequel to the first book, the Far Empty, with Chris now the Sheriff and events now two years on from the first book. Set in the small and remote town of Murfee, in Texas, very close to the Mexican border. A group of strangers take up resid...

    Sheriff Cherry is back in his new role as Sheriff instead of Deputy. He brings with him a fresh faced Hispanic woman and a craggy old widower who has nothing better to do than teach the new sheriff and his deputy some of the police work he?s learned through the decades. Not far from ...

    I appreciated the author's prose, and a portrait of West Texas was well painted. The author describes the arroyos and mountains using vibrant and sensual descriptions. I was unsure of his choice of first person for one character, but it did allow a second location of the story to seem ...

  • Tim
    Jul 06, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

  • Michelle Lancaster
    Mar 20, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

  • Carl
    Apr 10, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

  • Marcus Carter
    Apr 29, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...

    High White Sun is a solid follow-up to Scott?s 2016 debut hit, The Far Empty. A prologue set in 1999 recounts the murder of Texas Ranger Bob Ford, the long echo of which reverberates through events of the current day like the howling of the wind off the distant Mexican mountains. In ...

    J. Todd Scott's second book about Big Bend County is very good, if somewhat patchy. He has a firm grasp of his interesting characters, maintains their consistency throughout the narrative. His blends of description, dialogue and action continue to be solid. The growth of Scott's two ma...

    Yes, thought this was really good. Very much a sequel to the first book, the Far Empty, with Chris now the Sheriff and events now two years on from the first book. Set in the small and remote town of Murfee, in Texas, very close to the Mexican border. A group of strangers take up resid...

    Sheriff Cherry is back in his new role as Sheriff instead of Deputy. He brings with him a fresh faced Hispanic woman and a craggy old widower who has nothing better to do than teach the new sheriff and his deputy some of the police work he?s learned through the decades. Not far from ...

  • Ken Oder
    Aug 27, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

  • Nooilforpacifists
    May 27, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...

    High White Sun is a solid follow-up to Scott?s 2016 debut hit, The Far Empty. A prologue set in 1999 recounts the murder of Texas Ranger Bob Ford, the long echo of which reverberates through events of the current day like the howling of the wind off the distant Mexican mountains. In ...

    J. Todd Scott's second book about Big Bend County is very good, if somewhat patchy. He has a firm grasp of his interesting characters, maintains their consistency throughout the narrative. His blends of description, dialogue and action continue to be solid. The growth of Scott's two ma...

    Yes, thought this was really good. Very much a sequel to the first book, the Far Empty, with Chris now the Sheriff and events now two years on from the first book. Set in the small and remote town of Murfee, in Texas, very close to the Mexican border. A group of strangers take up resid...

    Sheriff Cherry is back in his new role as Sheriff instead of Deputy. He brings with him a fresh faced Hispanic woman and a craggy old widower who has nothing better to do than teach the new sheriff and his deputy some of the police work he?s learned through the decades. Not far from ...

    I appreciated the author's prose, and a portrait of West Texas was well painted. The author describes the arroyos and mountains using vibrant and sensual descriptions. I was unsure of his choice of first person for one character, but it did allow a second location of the story to seem ...

    Review is of a free copy from a Goodreads giveaway. I am most impressed with this author. I enjoyed the novel so much I am going to have to get a copy of his first novel, "The Far Empty" to read. Author develops some characters that are evil to the core, but very intelligent - and ther...

    Second in the series, a modern day western. South Texas - The Law, Bike Gangs and Drug dealers combine in a terrific tale. Like his first it takes a little time to get going but Scott really brings it here. Loved his first and this is better. ...

    Slow start, helps to have read the first book but is not critical to getting into the story. Really picks up after about 100 pages and has a strong finish. Good character development. Highly engaging and believable story line. ...

    I really wanted to like this book since I enjoyed the first one so much. The first 2/3 of this book dragged ..... all the action happened towards the end of the book. Too much of the book spent talking about how hot and dusty it is, describing the scenery, etc. ...

    This guy Scott is great. Since he was a border cop he knows how to get down and dirty with some bad guys. Very good character builder, very good story teller, J. Todd will be here a long, long time and I will everything he writes. Highly recommended. ...

    Great story Loved , second in this series. Very likeable and unlikable ones. Really hope the author continues with this. Can't say enough good things about it. Liked his first book, The Far Empty so well I preordered the second. ...

    Nowhere near as good as the author?s first book. ...

  • Doug Mason
    Aug 24, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...

    High White Sun is a solid follow-up to Scott?s 2016 debut hit, The Far Empty. A prologue set in 1999 recounts the murder of Texas Ranger Bob Ford, the long echo of which reverberates through events of the current day like the howling of the wind off the distant Mexican mountains. In ...

    J. Todd Scott's second book about Big Bend County is very good, if somewhat patchy. He has a firm grasp of his interesting characters, maintains their consistency throughout the narrative. His blends of description, dialogue and action continue to be solid. The growth of Scott's two ma...

    Yes, thought this was really good. Very much a sequel to the first book, the Far Empty, with Chris now the Sheriff and events now two years on from the first book. Set in the small and remote town of Murfee, in Texas, very close to the Mexican border. A group of strangers take up resid...

    Sheriff Cherry is back in his new role as Sheriff instead of Deputy. He brings with him a fresh faced Hispanic woman and a craggy old widower who has nothing better to do than teach the new sheriff and his deputy some of the police work he?s learned through the decades. Not far from ...

    I appreciated the author's prose, and a portrait of West Texas was well painted. The author describes the arroyos and mountains using vibrant and sensual descriptions. I was unsure of his choice of first person for one character, but it did allow a second location of the story to seem ...

    Review is of a free copy from a Goodreads giveaway. I am most impressed with this author. I enjoyed the novel so much I am going to have to get a copy of his first novel, "The Far Empty" to read. Author develops some characters that are evil to the core, but very intelligent - and ther...

    Second in the series, a modern day western. South Texas - The Law, Bike Gangs and Drug dealers combine in a terrific tale. Like his first it takes a little time to get going but Scott really brings it here. Loved his first and this is better. ...

  • Alex Carbo
    Feb 03, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

  • Barbara Villegas
    Jun 01, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

  • Brian
    Jan 23, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

  • Thomas Todd
    Sep 13, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

  • Michael Martz
    Sep 29, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

  • Melanie
    Apr 04, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...

    High White Sun is a solid follow-up to Scott?s 2016 debut hit, The Far Empty. A prologue set in 1999 recounts the murder of Texas Ranger Bob Ford, the long echo of which reverberates through events of the current day like the howling of the wind off the distant Mexican mountains. In ...

    J. Todd Scott's second book about Big Bend County is very good, if somewhat patchy. He has a firm grasp of his interesting characters, maintains their consistency throughout the narrative. His blends of description, dialogue and action continue to be solid. The growth of Scott's two ma...

    Yes, thought this was really good. Very much a sequel to the first book, the Far Empty, with Chris now the Sheriff and events now two years on from the first book. Set in the small and remote town of Murfee, in Texas, very close to the Mexican border. A group of strangers take up resid...

    Sheriff Cherry is back in his new role as Sheriff instead of Deputy. He brings with him a fresh faced Hispanic woman and a craggy old widower who has nothing better to do than teach the new sheriff and his deputy some of the police work he?s learned through the decades. Not far from ...

    I appreciated the author's prose, and a portrait of West Texas was well painted. The author describes the arroyos and mountains using vibrant and sensual descriptions. I was unsure of his choice of first person for one character, but it did allow a second location of the story to seem ...

    Review is of a free copy from a Goodreads giveaway. I am most impressed with this author. I enjoyed the novel so much I am going to have to get a copy of his first novel, "The Far Empty" to read. Author develops some characters that are evil to the core, but very intelligent - and ther...

    Second in the series, a modern day western. South Texas - The Law, Bike Gangs and Drug dealers combine in a terrific tale. Like his first it takes a little time to get going but Scott really brings it here. Loved his first and this is better. ...

    Slow start, helps to have read the first book but is not critical to getting into the story. Really picks up after about 100 pages and has a strong finish. Good character development. Highly engaging and believable story line. ...

    I really wanted to like this book since I enjoyed the first one so much. The first 2/3 of this book dragged ..... all the action happened towards the end of the book. Too much of the book spent talking about how hot and dusty it is, describing the scenery, etc. ...

    This guy Scott is great. Since he was a border cop he knows how to get down and dirty with some bad guys. Very good character builder, very good story teller, J. Todd will be here a long, long time and I will everything he writes. Highly recommended. ...

    Great story Loved , second in this series. Very likeable and unlikable ones. Really hope the author continues with this. Can't say enough good things about it. Liked his first book, The Far Empty so well I preordered the second. ...

  • katherine e blondon
    Jul 11, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

  • David Fisher
    Aug 30, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...

    High White Sun is a solid follow-up to Scott?s 2016 debut hit, The Far Empty. A prologue set in 1999 recounts the murder of Texas Ranger Bob Ford, the long echo of which reverberates through events of the current day like the howling of the wind off the distant Mexican mountains. In ...

    J. Todd Scott's second book about Big Bend County is very good, if somewhat patchy. He has a firm grasp of his interesting characters, maintains their consistency throughout the narrative. His blends of description, dialogue and action continue to be solid. The growth of Scott's two ma...

    Yes, thought this was really good. Very much a sequel to the first book, the Far Empty, with Chris now the Sheriff and events now two years on from the first book. Set in the small and remote town of Murfee, in Texas, very close to the Mexican border. A group of strangers take up resid...

    Sheriff Cherry is back in his new role as Sheriff instead of Deputy. He brings with him a fresh faced Hispanic woman and a craggy old widower who has nothing better to do than teach the new sheriff and his deputy some of the police work he?s learned through the decades. Not far from ...

    I appreciated the author's prose, and a portrait of West Texas was well painted. The author describes the arroyos and mountains using vibrant and sensual descriptions. I was unsure of his choice of first person for one character, but it did allow a second location of the story to seem ...

    Review is of a free copy from a Goodreads giveaway. I am most impressed with this author. I enjoyed the novel so much I am going to have to get a copy of his first novel, "The Far Empty" to read. Author develops some characters that are evil to the core, but very intelligent - and ther...

    Second in the series, a modern day western. South Texas - The Law, Bike Gangs and Drug dealers combine in a terrific tale. Like his first it takes a little time to get going but Scott really brings it here. Loved his first and this is better. ...

    Slow start, helps to have read the first book but is not critical to getting into the story. Really picks up after about 100 pages and has a strong finish. Good character development. Highly engaging and believable story line. ...

  • Christopher Williams
    Sep 18, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...

    High White Sun is a solid follow-up to Scott?s 2016 debut hit, The Far Empty. A prologue set in 1999 recounts the murder of Texas Ranger Bob Ford, the long echo of which reverberates through events of the current day like the howling of the wind off the distant Mexican mountains. In ...

    J. Todd Scott's second book about Big Bend County is very good, if somewhat patchy. He has a firm grasp of his interesting characters, maintains their consistency throughout the narrative. His blends of description, dialogue and action continue to be solid. The growth of Scott's two ma...

    Yes, thought this was really good. Very much a sequel to the first book, the Far Empty, with Chris now the Sheriff and events now two years on from the first book. Set in the small and remote town of Murfee, in Texas, very close to the Mexican border. A group of strangers take up resid...

  • Kim Deutschman
    Aug 26, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...

    High White Sun is a solid follow-up to Scott?s 2016 debut hit, The Far Empty. A prologue set in 1999 recounts the murder of Texas Ranger Bob Ford, the long echo of which reverberates through events of the current day like the howling of the wind off the distant Mexican mountains. In ...

    J. Todd Scott's second book about Big Bend County is very good, if somewhat patchy. He has a firm grasp of his interesting characters, maintains their consistency throughout the narrative. His blends of description, dialogue and action continue to be solid. The growth of Scott's two ma...

    Yes, thought this was really good. Very much a sequel to the first book, the Far Empty, with Chris now the Sheriff and events now two years on from the first book. Set in the small and remote town of Murfee, in Texas, very close to the Mexican border. A group of strangers take up resid...

    Sheriff Cherry is back in his new role as Sheriff instead of Deputy. He brings with him a fresh faced Hispanic woman and a craggy old widower who has nothing better to do than teach the new sheriff and his deputy some of the police work he?s learned through the decades. Not far from ...

    I appreciated the author's prose, and a portrait of West Texas was well painted. The author describes the arroyos and mountains using vibrant and sensual descriptions. I was unsure of his choice of first person for one character, but it did allow a second location of the story to seem ...

    Review is of a free copy from a Goodreads giveaway. I am most impressed with this author. I enjoyed the novel so much I am going to have to get a copy of his first novel, "The Far Empty" to read. Author develops some characters that are evil to the core, but very intelligent - and ther...

    Second in the series, a modern day western. South Texas - The Law, Bike Gangs and Drug dealers combine in a terrific tale. Like his first it takes a little time to get going but Scott really brings it here. Loved his first and this is better. ...

    Slow start, helps to have read the first book but is not critical to getting into the story. Really picks up after about 100 pages and has a strong finish. Good character development. Highly engaging and believable story line. ...

    I really wanted to like this book since I enjoyed the first one so much. The first 2/3 of this book dragged ..... all the action happened towards the end of the book. Too much of the book spent talking about how hot and dusty it is, describing the scenery, etc. ...

  • Cathy
    Aug 30, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...

    High White Sun is a solid follow-up to Scott?s 2016 debut hit, The Far Empty. A prologue set in 1999 recounts the murder of Texas Ranger Bob Ford, the long echo of which reverberates through events of the current day like the howling of the wind off the distant Mexican mountains. In ...

    J. Todd Scott's second book about Big Bend County is very good, if somewhat patchy. He has a firm grasp of his interesting characters, maintains their consistency throughout the narrative. His blends of description, dialogue and action continue to be solid. The growth of Scott's two ma...

    Yes, thought this was really good. Very much a sequel to the first book, the Far Empty, with Chris now the Sheriff and events now two years on from the first book. Set in the small and remote town of Murfee, in Texas, very close to the Mexican border. A group of strangers take up resid...

    Sheriff Cherry is back in his new role as Sheriff instead of Deputy. He brings with him a fresh faced Hispanic woman and a craggy old widower who has nothing better to do than teach the new sheriff and his deputy some of the police work he?s learned through the decades. Not far from ...

    I appreciated the author's prose, and a portrait of West Texas was well painted. The author describes the arroyos and mountains using vibrant and sensual descriptions. I was unsure of his choice of first person for one character, but it did allow a second location of the story to seem ...

    Review is of a free copy from a Goodreads giveaway. I am most impressed with this author. I enjoyed the novel so much I am going to have to get a copy of his first novel, "The Far Empty" to read. Author develops some characters that are evil to the core, but very intelligent - and ther...

    Second in the series, a modern day western. South Texas - The Law, Bike Gangs and Drug dealers combine in a terrific tale. Like his first it takes a little time to get going but Scott really brings it here. Loved his first and this is better. ...

    Slow start, helps to have read the first book but is not critical to getting into the story. Really picks up after about 100 pages and has a strong finish. Good character development. Highly engaging and believable story line. ...

    I really wanted to like this book since I enjoyed the first one so much. The first 2/3 of this book dragged ..... all the action happened towards the end of the book. Too much of the book spent talking about how hot and dusty it is, describing the scenery, etc. ...

    This guy Scott is great. Since he was a border cop he knows how to get down and dirty with some bad guys. Very good character builder, very good story teller, J. Todd will be here a long, long time and I will everything he writes. Highly recommended. ...

    Great story Loved , second in this series. Very likeable and unlikable ones. Really hope the author continues with this. Can't say enough good things about it. Liked his first book, The Far Empty so well I preordered the second. ...

    Nowhere near as good as the author?s first book. ...

    3.5 stars. literary mystery. would recommend reading the first one first because i feel like i missed a lot by not doing that ...

  • Gary Cupp
    May 17, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...

    High White Sun is a solid follow-up to Scott?s 2016 debut hit, The Far Empty. A prologue set in 1999 recounts the murder of Texas Ranger Bob Ford, the long echo of which reverberates through events of the current day like the howling of the wind off the distant Mexican mountains. In ...

    J. Todd Scott's second book about Big Bend County is very good, if somewhat patchy. He has a firm grasp of his interesting characters, maintains their consistency throughout the narrative. His blends of description, dialogue and action continue to be solid. The growth of Scott's two ma...

  • Dawn Bly
    May 24, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

  • Gary F Thomas
    Apr 12, 2018

    Two years after the death of Sheriff Ross, Sheriff Chris Cherry has another body on his hands and a gang of white supremacist bikers living in a nearby town... The Far Empty wound up being fantastic so I scooped this up when it popped up on Netgalley. The second book set in the s...

    This is author J. Todd Scott's follow up novel to The Far Empty and a great book. I enjoyed this book much more than the Far Empty but that's me. Chris Cherry is now the sheriff of Big Bend County in Texas. This has the son of a Texas Ranger who was murdered in the past looking to exac...

    Wow. Straight to the top of my 'Best of 2018' list for this one. Although I've been burned many times by positive blurbs on books by authors I respect, when John Sandford raves about 'High White Sun' and another review compares J. Todd Scott's writing to that of Don Winslow and Cormac ...

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley to read and review. HIGH WHITE SUN by author J. Todd Scott is the follow-up to ?The Far Empty?, and is focused on five main characters; Sheriff Chris Cherry who is still feeling the effects of the injuries susta...

    MYSTERY/SUSPENSE J. Todd Scott High White Sun: A Novel G.P. Putnam?s Sons Hardcover, 978-0-3991-7635-7, (also available as an e-book and as an audio-book), 480 pgs., $26.00 March 20, 2018 The trouble begins with a traffic stop gone wrong, then the driver running down a sherif...

    I received a free copy of"High White Sun" through Goodreads to read and review. I wavered between giving this crime novel a three star or a four star rating. Certainly the second half of the book deserved four stars. It was exciting, with an interesting cast of major and minor charac...

    J Todd Scott isn't just playing a part in the Modern Western genre. He owns it. He could take anyone to a standoff and get out of it walking tall while the competition bites the dust. He is a born storyteller who will never know the meaning of Sophomore Slump. In his second nov...

    I recently received an Advance Reader Copy of this book. I did not receive it from the publisher and I'm under no obligation to write any review. Having said that... I loved this book. It hit all the criteria I need a book in this genre to hit. Real and believable characters that...

    What a great read. One of the best books I have read in years. I spent more time in the characters heads than in my own for days. A fabulous collection of complex and believable personalities. Get that word processor going again. I can't wait! ...

    This was even better than the first book! And while you could skip reading the first book- as the author does a commendable job explaining who the repeat characters are and why they behave they way they do, you would be doing yourself a huge disservice not reading The Far Empty first. ...

    Again, I wish I could give this author more than 5 stars. If you like to read about Texas in today?s world this is the book for you. But do yourself a favor and read the first book in this set first, ?The Far Empty.? It?s not necessary to read it to understand this one, but it ...

    Much ado about not much. In HWS, the sheriff's department from Scott's debut novel, The Far Empty, investigates a group of hard case white supremacists who show up in a nearby town. The book features the same stilted dialogue and unrealistic plot devices as the previous one. Too much ...

    The author's paints vivid characters, especially the Aryan Brotherhood bad guys, and the plot is suspenseful and engaging. The only drawback here is that I read this book 2 in the series without reading book 1. Book 2 contains numerous lengthy references to the first in the series and ...

    Another great Big Bend Texas area mystery - a must read for Texans who enjoy mysteries. ...

    Great book! This book started off strong and stayed that way all the way through the very end. Such a good read! ...

    interesting characters. Good plot. Outstanding book ...

    Keep them comming I hoped the second book would be as good as the first and it is. I sure hope we hear more from the sheriff from big bend. ...