Western icon William W. Johnstone, author of the acclaimed Mountain Man series, teams with J. A. Johnstone for this tale that brings together three of his most popular heroes. Preacher, Smoke, and Matt comprise the Jensen family - three generations of legendary frontiersman. When a ruthless cattle baron brings a small army of hired guns to Preacher’s neck of the woods, it falls to the Jensens to stand tall and return fire. And they intend to fight to the last man, because the Jensens never back down from a fight.
©2010 William W. Johnstone (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
I now own the first two of the family Jensen. They are easy listening with good plot line.
These compare to Lamour only better in my opinion.
Good from start to finish.
Preacher. Inside every man is a boy who wanted to be a crotchety old mountain man.
You won't regret the purchase.
Possibly. Not sure about the others in the series. It was good enough I might try 1 more.
Not a bad book, just not as good as I had hoped. It was very close to being a really good book except it was a bit corny and too predictable in parts. I also didn't care for the way it jumped around. Was ok for a "time passer"
It was basically three stories tied into one of Preacher, Smoke and Matt and their interaction with the Chief.
Preacher, How could you not love Preacher
It made a long trip short.
This book covers the three Jensen Characters, Smoke is by far my favorite and would prefer books just on him but this is still a pretty good book.
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