The Avenging Fury of the Plains

The Avenging Fury of the Plains

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Overview

The true life of bizarre mountain man John "Liver-Eating" Johnston has finally been exposed! Did he eat human livers? Did he boil human heads? This fascinating biography tells all.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780741445278
Publisher: Infinity Publishing
Publication date: 02/28/2008
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.54(d)

About the Author

Dennis McLelland, Ed.D., is a retired high school Guidance Counselor, who lives with his wife in Huntersville, North Carolina. Dr. McLelland has published several articles about the old west in magazines such as American History and the Western Outlaw Lawman Association. He has also published many articles in the field of Education. His first foray into the writing of old west articles began with an article about John "Liver-Eating" Johnston which he wrote for a New Jersey newspaper. His plans for the future include authoring Christian books and enjoying the glorious freedom of retired life.

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The Avenging Fury of the Plains 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This new biography about 'Liver Eating' Johnston is much, much better than is the 1st editon. I read the first book and it was jumbled and hard to read. I got hold of the 2nd printing of the revised book, and it is hugely better. I learned there was never a character named Jeremiah Johnson - only John Liver Eating Johnston, upon whose life Jeremiah was fictitiously based.
MontanaJim More than 1 year ago
The Avenging Fury of the Plains tells the truth about the famous, or infamous, mountain man, John Liver Eating Johnston. Although Hollywood created the fictional Jeremiah Johnson, found in the movie of the same name, the book gives us the real truth about the real character - which, by the way, is more fascinating than the movie account. This is a great book.