Zane Grey’s beloved Last of the Duanes follows outlaw Buck Duane - a gunslinger like his deceased father - through his many wanderings and, ultimately, to the woman who might, if he’s lucky, help him to forget his dark past and embrace a new way of life.
Richard Rohan performs this rough-around-the-edges tale of violence and redemption in the Lone Star state, his low, gruff voice accentuating the rich, tough texture of life on the fringes of society. Rohan’s measured performance makes it easy for listeners to sink into this epic story about family, and the kind of love that can change a life.
Buck Duane's father was a gunfighter who died by the gun and, in accepting a drunken bully's challenge, Duane himself was forced into the life of an outlaw. He roamed the dark trails of southwestern Texas, living in outlaw camps, until he met the one woman who could help him overcome his past: a girl named Jennie Lee.
©1996 by Loren Grey and Betty Grey Grosso. Published by arrangement with Golden West Literary Agency.; (P)2009 Audio Holdings, LLC
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