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The MacCallister family is legendary on the American frontier. And wherever a MacCallister travels, the legend - and the guns - follow.
Fight Like the Devil
When Duff MacCallister journeys to Texas to deliver 100 head of Angus cattle, he finds a land on fire. Unruly, lawless teams of fence cutters, branded Blue Devils by the locals, are rampaging across grazing land and cutting fences in the name of an Eastern land company. The ranchers are fighting back, and Duff joins the fray. But the fight leads to Austin and into an even deadlier mission.
The governor's daughter has been kidnapped by Blue Devils. Duff and his partner, Elmer, are willing to go after her, but they're going to need more men and a lot more firepower. The best the governor can do is three outlaws who once served honorably in war. Now Duff MacCallister is going up against a fanatical, highly trained enemy, riding with gunmen he cannot fully trust. Once the shooting starts, there is no turning back - because Duff and his posse are heading straight into the bloody depths of hell.
©2016 J. A. Johnstone (P)2016 Recorded Books
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While George Guidall performs with his usual perfection. William Jonstone has slipped, or perhaps he's a bit overworked. What matters is I had a hard time staying with the Ten Guns from Texas. While I truly enjoyed The Drifter series, I just can't stay with this Duff McCallister Western. Honestly, it was boring.
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