Reviewed by Roy Murry, Author
'How the west was won?' is an intraocular part of USA history. Development continued because good concorded over evil.
In Travess Blood, the younger is wild and wants to live life to the fullest without abiding by the law. His elder brother is a lawman.
Their conflicts started in their youth but come to a turning point for the worst when Clint, the older of the two arrests his brother and friends robbing a Stagecoach and Troy goes to prison for his part. Every day in jail Troy's revenge grows to uncontrollable evil.
A Stagecoach robbery and murders happen weeks after Troy's and friends are released from their long terms in a strict discipline house of correction, which didn't seem to rehabilitate the criminal. Clint investigates this crime to find out, according to Troy's boss at the Circle-G where Clint's ex-lover lives married; Troy had not left the property.
Circumstance leads to other full investigations that produce an ending that Westerns are known for on the Big Screen. Throughout this sager, the tensions built to where good should overcome evil.
But does it? Not always. You'll have to read this raw human western story to find out.