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Matt Jensen, The Last Mountain Man The Eyes of Texas

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  • Posted April 6, 2013

    A great romp by a master westewrn yarner

    A fast moving peek into the early Western mind set by a master of the genre.
    A fast read that puts you right there. I have read everything this author has written, and can honestly say I've never found one that did not satisfy...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2013

    great book, fast action...........As Matt returns to see some ol

    great book, fast action...........As Matt returns to see some old friends, he comes upon the grisly scene of Amon and his wife Bernice. As Amon lies dying, he tells Matt of the two owlhoots that did it and it sets him off on the vengeance trail. Even when he finds the one that killed Bernice, and he is sentenced to die, the man’s (psychotic poetry spoutin’ serial killer brother (who later becomes a lawman) breaks the killer out. This is a tightly woven tale of three distinct stories that intersect on many levels. There is a wonderful female seamstress and shop owner (Annabel ) who gets voted in and becomes the sheriff (even though she can’t vote), a family bent on revenge because matt killed a relative, and the serial killer and his brother. You have to read this book. It’s very much in the Johnstone’s vein of the” mind of the killers” as well their actions. Matt also gets to save a stagecoach. Needless to say, matt saves the day but not without many hair raising adventures between and including, a sweet dalliance with the seamstress.

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    Posted March 30, 2013

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