After pursuing a cold-blooded murderer all the way to Nevada, Texas Ranger Emmett Strong is returning home to San Antonio - but not alone. He's found a girl he longs to marry. Finding someone to tie the knot for them is proving to be a challenge, however, owing to the fact that she's the daughter of Chinese immigrants.
Along the way, there's a ruckus in El Paso's Wild Hog Saloon, and by noon the next day, folks are convinced it was Emmett and his compadres who robbed the saloon owner and beat him unconscious. They want Emmett on the end of a rope.
Meanwhile, a bested enemy, set on revenge, hires the notorious fast gun "Three-Finger" Ned Cage to dispatch Strong, his amigos, and even his girl.
When the only way out of trouble is to head smack-dab back into the middle of it - beautiful young woman in tow - a cool-headed pistolero like Emmett Strong becomes a force to be reckoned with. But will the vicious array of enemies prove to be too much this time, even for Strong?
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The performer was almost non-coherent. It was like listening to an old, mumbling man attempting to recall the events of a time far, far away.
Have a clear entertaining speaker and have a actual story.
Hire a talented voice actor
Non that I can identify
I Liston to a lot of Audiobooks as I work 60-80 hour weeks and a lot of Westerns.
G.P. Hutchenson is not just a good writer, he's a Great writer. He knows Guns, (Colts,Winchester's, Remington's, the faults in the Colt double action Lightning. ) Hats ( Boss of the Plains.) topography , and best of all the unique phrases like " hot as Lucifers underwear," this was a great read " listen" with a great narrator. The only problem I see is there's only two in this series and I want more. Much more.
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