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Preacher's Fury (First Mountain Man Series #18)

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  • Posted May 6, 2012

    The Better Johnstone

    I was in the middle of trying to find a L'Amour substitute when I happened on this title by this Johnstone. A better story line than Brutal Vengeance by the other johnstone but more stilted dialog. But what might we expect else from pulp fiction? A good read with a surprise (however, contrived) ending. Peeking now!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2012

    Must Read!!

    As always William Johnstone, delivers action packed and sometimes funny scenes through out the book, and a joy to read as always

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2012

    Highly recommed

    I cannt read enough of his books. He pulls me right in his storys. I feel like I know Preacher an cannt wait to see what he up to next.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2012

    Another Johnstone gem!!

    Preacher and his companions, Lorenzo his African- American trail buddy, Audie a little person and long time friend, and the Crow Indian, Nighthawk, are all spending the winter with the Assiniboine tribe! Meanwhile several outlaws have arranged to trade stolen military guns for fur pelts with the Assiniboine's enemies, Gros Ventre! Preacher finds himself falling for the beautiful Raven's Wing and pitches in for his comrades, the Assiniboine after their rivals have kidnapped his precious squaw! Trouble is around every corner with the tension mounting between the two tribes and Preacher is in the midst of an all out war, risking his life again and again! This book is packed with action and the descriptive writing takes the reader right into the heat of the adventure!

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    Posted August 17, 2012

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