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The greatest Western writers of the 21st century

As winter descends on the great state of Texas, the Jensen family faces off with renegades, rivals, and one raging storm in this special yuletide adventure from America's beloved Western storytellers.

While most folks are busy preparing for Christmas, the tight-knit Jensen clan can only hope they'll make it home. Luke Jensen is in San Antonio tracking down a dangerous outlaw. But when he finds the man leading a wholesome life - as a charity-working Hill Country pastor - Luke agrees to wait until after Christmas to bring him to justice. Meanwhile, Smoke and Sally Jensen head out from Fort Worth by stagecoach, only to be stranded by unrelenting rains - and stalked by a crazed Commanche killer. And in Austin, Ace Jensen falls head over heels in love with a girl he wants to marry. Unfortunately, she's engaged to one of the outlaw gang that's gunning for Luke's bounty.

This year the Jensen family is in for a stormy Christmas they will never forget - and one deadly showdown they may never survive.

©2015 J. A. Johnstone (P)2015 Recorded Books

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Too predictable and characters are stick figures.

The book is written like the author has watched too many cowboy westerns Saturday morning TV shows. The voices of the readers are not right for the book and this made them unbelievable. That being said, a 10 or 12 year old child would find nothing wrong with the book and would probably fine it enjoyable just like we used to enjoy Saturday morning TV in our pajamas longing in the middle of the living room floor.

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