Jim Sundance, the product of a white father and a Cheyenne mother, spends his time trying to negotiate peace between those two worlds; but when a mysterious organization puts a high bounty on his head to stop him, all hell breaks loose in John Benteen's Bring Me His Scalp!
Benteen was really Ben Haas, who was fortunate to have two great series characters--Sundance and a soldier of fortune named Fargo--in addition to his other writing. His stories are always very hard-nosed, fast-moving and generally a cut above the genre.
Bring Me His Scalp! starts off with a bang, as Sundance is being pursued by eight hired guns, all of which he dispatches before the end of the first chapter.
But there are plenty of killers in the Old West, and Sundance makes a sizable dent as he tries to figure out who ordered his murder.
A very action-packed outing for Benteen and a satisfying entry in the series.
I found this at a goodbye price and read it very quickly on a camping trip.