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Nash Cline lies about his age and enlists in the Union Army in January of 1864. He sees a year and a half of bloody fighting before heading west. At Atchison, Kansas, he picks up the Smoky Hill Trail and travels through Kansas, which is ruled by hostile Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians, who attack a stagecoach and capture a young woman named Ada Simmons. Nash is at the Army fo Nash Cline lies about his age and enlists in the Union Army in January of 1864. He sees a year and a half of bloody fighting before heading west. At Atchison, Kansas, he picks up the Smoky Hill Trail and travels through Kansas, which is ruled by hostile Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians, who attack a stagecoach and capture a young woman named Ada Simmons. Nash is at the Army fort when the abduction is reported, and he insists on going out in the middle of the night to get the young woman from Cheyenne warriors. After he arrives in Denver, Nash sets up a detective business and prospers while the young woman he rescued becomes a consultant to the wealthy, many of whom hit it rich in the the gold and silver mines. As Nash and Ada pursue their vocations, their lives run together and they learn to care for one another. Nash learns to be a top-flight detective and protects his clients at all costs. Another exciting western from R. O. Lane with a touch of romance.


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Nash Cline lies about his age and enlists in the Union Army in January of 1864. He sees a year and a half of bloody fighting before heading west. At Atchison, Kansas, he picks up the Smoky Hill Trail and travels through Kansas, which is ruled by hostile Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians, who attack a stagecoach and capture a young woman named Ada Simmons. Nash is at the Army fo Nash Cline lies about his age and enlists in the Union Army in January of 1864. He sees a year and a half of bloody fighting before heading west. At Atchison, Kansas, he picks up the Smoky Hill Trail and travels through Kansas, which is ruled by hostile Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians, who attack a stagecoach and capture a young woman named Ada Simmons. Nash is at the Army fort when the abduction is reported, and he insists on going out in the middle of the night to get the young woman from Cheyenne warriors. After he arrives in Denver, Nash sets up a detective business and prospers while the young woman he rescued becomes a consultant to the wealthy, many of whom hit it rich in the the gold and silver mines. As Nash and Ada pursue their vocations, their lives run together and they learn to care for one another. Nash learns to be a top-flight detective and protects his clients at all costs. Another exciting western from R. O. Lane with a touch of romance.

30 review for Nash Cline: A Western

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tim Sarver

    Great story I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys western. It contains a good storyline. Lots of action and suspense.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Charles Castell

    Mr. Lane has done it again, as he created Nash Clone to entertain all of us western enthusiast once again! Nash, as a Yankee soldier at age 16, in our Civil War debacle, pulls no punches during his illustrious career! Then, at age 18, upon being mustered out of the Army, he decided to head West seeking to find himself once again. Definitely another outstanding five star masterpiece by Mr. R. O. Lane, as he takes a brash young man, who was a war hero in his early teens, and sends him out West, to Mr. Lane has done it again, as he created Nash Clone to entertain all of us western enthusiast once again! Nash, as a Yankee soldier at age 16, in our Civil War debacle, pulls no punches during his illustrious career! Then, at age 18, upon being mustered out of the Army, he decided to head West seeking to find himself once again. Definitely another outstanding five star masterpiece by Mr. R. O. Lane, as he takes a brash young man, who was a war hero in his early teens, and sends him out West, to another den of cut throats, before he is dry behind his ears. Despite his youth, this brash upstart grabs the bull by the horns, and once more backing down from no one, starts his own Detective Agency, defending the weak! This new "Super Star," of Mr. Lane's, with a no holds barred attitude, starts bringing justice to a once wide open western frontier. Outstanding storylines throughout this compelling western folklore masterpiece and the Author's successful selection of characters definitely portrays their assigned talents with gusto. Nash is a man of few words, and he doesn't tell anyone twice, as he lets his pistol do most of his talking. There is a little romancing throughout this compelling western adventure, as Nash refuses a young beautiful maiden,d who he later encounters during his travels. Enough suspenseful moments to keep you wanting to see what B ash does next. Believe me, he is definitely for the good guys! Certainly recommend this story to everyone, regardless of your reading preference, but especially all of you western addicted readers will find yourselves completely mesmerized by Nash, and his followers, as they continuously bring justice to the forefront. Too, the compassionate camaraderie of those few will maintain your undivided attention from beginning to end! Your loss, I you fail to follow Nash, and associates, in their endeavours to bring justice to their beloved area of responsibility!😄

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alwilda Jaquish

    The story begins during the Civil war when Nash joins the Union Army at the age of 16. His skill as a horseman was valuable during the war. When he mustered out at the age of 18 he was in an Army outpost when news that a young woman had been kidnapped by a Indians. Despite warning from the ompany commander Nash sets out at night with two Indiana guides. They found the scouting party, killed the them and rescued Ada. She continued on her journey to Denver and worked with her uncle in his general The story begins during the Civil war when Nash joins the Union Army at the age of 16. His skill as a horseman was valuable during the war. When he mustered out at the age of 18 he was in an Army outpost when news that a young woman had been kidnapped by a Indians. Despite warning from the ompany commander Nash sets out at night with two Indiana guides. They found the scouting party, killed the them and rescued Ada. She continued on her journey to Denver and worked with her uncle in his general store. Nash traveled to Denver and learned about the need for detectives and at the age of 18 set up his own detective agency. He did prosper as did Ada as their romance develops. Nash was daring and took on all kinds of assignments. This romance was set in the early days of West where adventure was common and growth was possible. An interesting story by R O Lane. I would recommend it to others.

  4. 4 out of 5

    D. E.

    A Civil War/Plains/Denver Western Action Adventure (NC) (AW) ROL. has penned a Civil War/Plains/Denver western action adventure titled "Nash Cline" which begins with a young 16 year old boy who lied about his age so he could join the Union Army. He is accepted and enter combat and serves. He is discharged and stops by his home to tell them hes headed west. He crosses the plains and has two encounters Indians. He rescues a damsel. She continues to Denver via stagecoach and he by horseback. When he A Civil War/Plains/Denver Western Action Adventure (NC) (AW) ROL. has penned a Civil War/Plains/Denver western action adventure titled "Nash Cline" which begins with a young 16 year old boy who lied about his age so he could join the Union Army. He is accepted and enter combat and serves. He is discharged and stops by his home to tell them hes headed west. He crosses the plains and has two encounters Indians. He rescues a damsel. She continues to Denver via stagecoach and he by horseback. When he arrives in Denver he opens a detective agency and courts the young lady. This is an excellent read for the genre......DEHS

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sheila Jones

    Denver in the 1800s This is a well written book about a young man who lies about his age at 16 and enlists in the Union Army. He ends up becoming a very capable soldier who learns how to shoot and fight while in Sherman's Army during during some of the war. After he returns home to Illinois to see his family he decides to move to Denver, Co. Here he will start his own life he thinks. But while traveling from station to station along the way he has many adventures. This is a good read for anyone i Denver in the 1800s This is a well written book about a young man who lies about his age at 16 and enlists in the Union Army. He ends up becoming a very capable soldier who learns how to shoot and fight while in Sherman's Army during during some of the war. After he returns home to Illinois to see his family he decides to move to Denver, Co. Here he will start his own life he thinks. But while traveling from station to station along the way he has many adventures. This is a good read for anyone in the family, fifth grade on up. A few sexual comments are said but that is all.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Whittiker

    Nash Cline: A Western Nash was 16 years old when he lied about his age to enlist in the Union army during what was to be known as the Civil War. He was a young man who had a lot to prove to the Old tiger's that had survived the war so far. When the war was over, he drew his pay and the man that had become his best started to head home to their families. Nash had a yearning to go West to forget the waves of the war and on the way to get where he needed to go, everyone soon learned his name. Great Nash Cline: A Western Nash was 16 years old when he lied about his age to enlist in the Union army during what was to be known as the Civil War. He was a young man who had a lot to prove to the Old tiger's that had survived the war so far. When the war was over, he drew his pay and the man that had become his best started to head home to their families. Nash had a yearning to go West to forget the waves of the war and on the way to get where he needed to go, everyone soon learned his name. Great 👍👍 Great Read!!!!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

    Yet another What I always like in Mr. Lane’s books his sensitivity to his characters. This was no exception. His hero walked the straight and narrow without getting preachy and trying to convert me to his brand of faith. I was a United Methodist pastor before retiring after 42 years working in the Church, so I have worked out my faith without help from authors trying to make me like them. I have worked out my faith with much help from my Congregations.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Larry Coons

    Nash Cline: A Western I read hundreds of books of all kinds, many of them Westerns and this has been one of the best ever. This storyline had everything that I look for a book to be one of the best. Filled with tons of action, sweet romance and love made it very difficult to put this book down from page one. Looking forward to your next book. I highly recommend this book to all western readers.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    Ho hum The summary of the book held promise. It did not deliver. A kid joins the Civil War and then strikes out to the west on his own, shooting anyone who threatens him. It is a repeated action in every chapter. The same story over and over. The only difference was the setting. No imagination, no main plot line, just a string of the same short story told over and over. Kid meets bad guy. Kid kills bad guy. Over and over.

  10. 4 out of 5

    John A

    Dear R.O. I really enjoyed this stiry. Would you please extend it into a series like you did with Will Fain? I have enjoyed almost every one of your books. I am from the Dakotas so I appreciate the way westerners treat women.I love the mountains and the way that people handle their own troubles but are quick to lend a hand when its needed.

  11. 5 out of 5

    jim huber

    A true to life western story that you will love. The best western story that I have read in a long while. This story has it all adventure,romance, and a wonderful tail of a young boy going to war and his adventures that end in a happy ending. A very hard book to put down you will want to read it to the end without stopping.

  12. 5 out of 5

    John Phillips

    R O Lane Does it Again Lane is my favorite western author and this may be his most captivating so far. His characters are appealing and the action is believable and exciting. If you're looking for an author to follow you'll find a veritable plethora of well written novels for your reading pleasure by this prolific gentleman. R O Lane Does it Again Lane is my favorite western author and this may be his most captivating so far. His characters are appealing and the action is believable and exciting. If you're looking for an author to follow you'll find a veritable plethora of well written novels for your reading pleasure by this prolific gentleman.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Norm S

    5 Stars Good story about a young man who lied about his age so he could join the Union army. Fights in the civil war, moved to the western frontier and starts a detective agency in Denver. Lots of action in this one. I was disappointed there was no Epilogue to finish the story I always liked the way R. O. Lane finishes the characters story. He didn't in this one. 5 Stars Good story about a young man who lied about his age so he could join the Union army. Fights in the civil war, moved to the western frontier and starts a detective agency in Denver. Lots of action in this one. I was disappointed there was no Epilogue to finish the story I always liked the way R. O. Lane finishes the characters story. He didn't in this one.

  14. 5 out of 5

    J R

    Old enough Mr. Lane presents another vivid tale of life 1870's style filled with believable characters dealing with dynamically realistic situations. He does not leave his readers hanging out in the cold, but actually involves them in identifying themselves with the characters as they are developed in his fertile mind. I'm sure his readers will enjoy Nash Cline. I know I did ! Old enough Mr. Lane presents another vivid tale of life 1870's style filled with believable characters dealing with dynamically realistic situations. He does not leave his readers hanging out in the cold, but actually involves them in identifying themselves with the characters as they are developed in his fertile mind. I'm sure his readers will enjoy Nash Cline. I know I did !

  15. 5 out of 5

    Linda Phillip

    From the first line to the last , I had a hard time putting the book down. What a good read. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a well written western. As a Christian I really like the fact that Mr lan-e does not get the story bogged down in senseless swear words. Five stars from me.

  16. 4 out of 5

    deni

    As always a good read. R. O. Lane creates good characters in this interesting story. Nash Cline a young boy out to prove to himself that he is a man. The civil war and travel to the west I could be actual fact. The romance with Ada was well written and not over board. A thoroughly enjoyable read.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Clarence Schlag

    Highly entertaining story! Excellent descriptions and background of civil war service and the dangers and excitement of moving west after the war. Detailed character development, early life in the Denver area, a touch of romance and believable action looking forward to other books.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Cameron

    Nash is no nonsense! Loved this book! Riding along with Nash on his many adventures was a lot of fun. Nash is a young man that learned to track and shoot during the Civil war. Once the war ends, he opens a detective agency and uses his skills to help others. He doesn't suffer tools and takes care of business. Highly recommended. Nash is no nonsense! Loved this book! Riding along with Nash on his many adventures was a lot of fun. Nash is a young man that learned to track and shoot during the Civil war. Once the war ends, he opens a detective agency and uses his skills to help others. He doesn't suffer tools and takes care of business. Highly recommended.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Lee Wood

    DON'T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER I'm looking forward to reading more adventures involving Detective Nash Cline from Denver, Colorado. Lots of action which includes intriguing clients who want to hire him. Now he has a partner Felix who soldered with him in The War Of Anarchy. Looking Forward😊😀to reading about his jobs as his Detective agency grows. DON'T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER I'm looking forward to reading more adventures involving Detective Nash Cline from Denver, Colorado. Lots of action which includes intriguing clients who want to hire him. Now he has a partner Felix who soldered with him in The War Of Anarchy. Looking Forward😊😀to reading about his jobs as his Detective agency grows.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Bob-Sharon Hook

    A Smart and Young Man The storyline was somewhat different, sometimes predictable, but enjoyable none the less. Nash, though young, was exposed to a variety of situations that tempered his judgment and courage - displayed in various encounters with 'bad men'... couldn't put the book down until I finished it! A Smart and Young Man The storyline was somewhat different, sometimes predictable, but enjoyable none the less. Nash, though young, was exposed to a variety of situations that tempered his judgment and courage - displayed in various encounters with 'bad men'... couldn't put the book down until I finished it!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Rob Wagner

    Great western read A Western was unlike some others I have read. Nash is a Bond-like hero with ethics. Lots of action with realistic scenarios. Real fights are usually over quickly when one fighter plans ahead: so with Detective Cline. The entire book was believable and one I didn’t put down until the story concluded. Looking forward to more from this author!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Timothy Molzen

    Good quick read I didn't feel like he developed his lead character enough. Other than his rifle skills, he was average, yet was made out to be somewhat invincible. And some situations had flaws, but all in all a pleasant, wholesome read. I would definitely recommend to readers joining the western genre! Good quick read I didn't feel like he developed his lead character enough. Other than his rifle skills, he was average, yet was made out to be somewhat invincible. And some situations had flaws, but all in all a pleasant, wholesome read. I would definitely recommend to readers joining the western genre!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ken Carroll

    Good story Enjoyed the story in this book. Young man starting out in the army during wartime. Going on in his life following his dream. Believes in justice and serves it up when necessary. Strong young woman to share marriage with. While staying away from crowds during the virus pandemic a good old Western book is very pleasing to me.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Carol Foote

    A unique western I enjoyed reading this tale with its unique plot. My only criticism offered as constructive would be to lighten up a little in the numbers of desperadoes removed in single encounters - gives the impression that our hero is bloodthirsty though his motives are righteous.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Debra Shepherd

    Loved this book I really like how Mr. Lane developed the characters . They became real people with personalities, thoughts, personal ethics and humor. The problems they encountered were believable and solved in a very satisfying fashion. I would love to read a sequel to this story. I want to know what happens next

  26. 4 out of 5

    Frank Kelso

    Before Dick Tracy, there was Nash Cline, master detective. The civil war created a number of men who traveled west. Some turned outlaw but the majority were decent men trying to do the right thing. This is a HEA with a mix of romance and "a man's got to what man has to do" attitude towards the bad guys. Before Dick Tracy, there was Nash Cline, master detective. The civil war created a number of men who traveled west. Some turned outlaw but the majority were decent men trying to do the right thing. This is a HEA with a mix of romance and "a man's got to what man has to do" attitude towards the bad guys.

  27. 5 out of 5

    kirsten

    Not just oats and bullets. Nash Cline is the first of Mr. lanes books I have read. The easy flow of his writing is sure to draw the reader right back to the wild days of the American west. I would reccomend this book to anyone who enjoys a great story filled with enough detail to fill the imagination while keeping a readable pace . All in all a great book.

  28. 5 out of 5

    William H

    Great western I really enjoyed this book as the main character was honest, straightforward, and audacious enough to take on the villains. I could nearly smell the woods smoke , coffee boiling and bacon sizzling! Thanks for an easy to read book without going down several bunny trails to get to the end. Keep them coming.

  29. 5 out of 5

    charles L. wood

    Totally entertaining Like going back in a time machine to experience every exciting circumstance at that time in our history with a real hero type of warrior. If you liked Westwood you will devour this book. And all the bad guys get dealt with convincingly. Heartwarming! No pc for the bad guys.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Penny Bell

    A good read Nash Cline, a young boy who lies about his age in order to fight in the Union Army not only survives but makes a name for himself. When the war ends his desire to see more of the west leads him to Denver where he sets up a detective agency. Dangerous characters, Indians, and a love interest....what more could you want in a good story.

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