Shadows of Black Bayou

Shadows of Black Bayou : Bayou Banditos

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Tracking and capturing bank robbers, murderers, and smugglers is just a way of life for the Bayou Banditos. Whatever the terrain, they like hunting where no one else will even when their prey shoots back. Law enforcement despises them but respects their considerable talents. So the Banditos aren't exactly surprised when the FBI comes looking for help dealing with a gun-smuggling motorcycle gang crossing the Mexican border into the United States. Little do they know that hell's about to break loose. The Bayou Bandits are Buck and his sons Bubba, JRod, and Portagee. Each one has their unique talents and weapons, from Bubba's full camo gear and Apache war tomahawk to JRod's modified jungle assault rifle. The gun-running motorcycle gang may not be a challenge for them, but it becomes personal when the gang hires Russian mercenaries to get even. Can Buck and his sons manage to foil the bad guys when their own families have been captured? Find out in Shadows of Black Bayou: Bayou Banditos, an action-adventure novel by award-winning author Louisiana native R. C. Farrington. It's the return of the Banditos. Will it be their last?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 202 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 11mm | 281g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514387034
  • 9781514387030

About R C Farrington

Author R. C. Farrington, a Benton, Louisiana, resident, travels extensively to Bermuda, the setting for all of his novels, which combine action and adventure with historical and geographical accuracy. Farrington, an award-winning author known for his Spinners trilogy, enjoys exploring old forts, deserted islands, jungles, and caves. He fills his novels with blockade runners, sharks, pirates, and terrorists. Several of his novels won the Shreveport-Bossier Regional ADDY awards.show more

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