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Fatal Justice

By: Ralph Compton
Narrated by: George Guidall
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Years ago Marshal Asher Thrall had shot mad-dog killer Ben Sharkey. And Sharkey has just repaid the favor in spades. With a bullet still in his chest, Ash knows he's a walking dead man. But he's going to make sure Sharkey is one step ahead of him.

©2009 The Estate of Ralph Compton (P)2012 Recorded Books

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Incredible story of human endurance

This dark, gruesome tale is probably one of my favorite westerns ever written, and I've read most every western written. This story is about human endurance, perseverance, and explores the depths of a man's soul even as he is dying. Marshal Asher Thrall is a good man, dealt a horrible hand by fate. An enemy puts a bullet in his chest but it doesn't kill him. It brings out a desire to do good with the time he has left, though to onlookers it may seem like cold-blooded justice. Funny, cynical, and existential, this tale is set against the lawless height of the frontier, a time as wild and unforgiving as the men who lived there. Amazing story, and a must read for any western-lover. George Guidall is one helluva narrator, capturing Ash's raw emotion and grit as he fights to stay alive to rid the world of bad men.