Out in stores this week is The Grave Doug Freshley collected edition hardcover by Josh Hechinger and mpMann. The Daily Blam! posted their review of the book, giving it 3 1/2 out of 5 !’s. Reviewer Cassandra Rose writes:
There is a vicious gang of outlaws ravishing the American landscape, and when Doug Freshley’s employers and friends Mr. and Mrs. McNally are killed by the Delanceys, he makes a pledge to keep their son Bat safe. What follows is a tale of friendship and humor, as Doug and Bat set out for vengeance and struggle to escape Death himself.
As a non-fan of the Western genre (with the exception of Mel Brook’s Blazing Saddles), I was pleasantly surprised to find myself enjoying The Grave Doug Freshley. It’s a pretty straightforward story: a rough and tough cowboy and his young boy sidekick are on a journey to avenge his mother and father, getting out of tough situations through a combination of wits and luck.
You can read the rest of the review on The Daily Blam! website.