The Thirteenth Koyote by Kristopher Triana

An ungodly alliance of outlaws have been unleashed on the old western town of Hope’s Hill. As this plague of cosmic darkness descends on the township, a man faces his own bloodline of savage ancestry. His self imposed undertaking becomes the key to containing an imposing evil and securing an ancient relic. This implemented prerequisite has to occur to avoid the
ultimate showdown of reverent good vs consecrated evil.

Splatterpunk Award Winner Kristopher Triana has summoned his inner unrighteousness ability to send satanic shivers up the readers spine in his Splatter Western, The Thirteenth Koyote. His twisted gore soaked tale focuses on a gang of outlaws known as The Koyotes.
This pack of hellish werewolves leave a path of deviltry and diseased abomination in their wake as they ride towards their mission of unholy blackness. If accomplished, the rocky terrain of the old west will have gone to the devil and evil forces will prevail causing a demise for every living soul. That being said, societies only hope comes in the form of a posse made up of tribesmen, brave mortals, lawmen and wolfen kin seeking personal vengeance. Skinwalkers, resurrectionists and witchery bring this unnatural gunslinging gore filled novel to life.
Published by Death’s Head Press and weighing in at a hefty 500 pages, the reader will without question get their daily dose of carnage and brutality. Wearing his holstered six shooter, saddled on his spirited steed and fashioning his menacing mutton chops…Triana shows the reader one howl of a good time. A 5 star ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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A 5 / 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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