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Wolf Caulder has tried to make peace with his past. Having traveled the trail of the gun to avenge his parents' death, Caulder seeks new territory to leave his history behind. Then, as he rides toward the ranch, a shot comes his way. Wolf ducks the shot thinking, "so this is the way it is going to be...more guns, more killing." What he doesn't realize is the enemies ahead are a torturing murderer and a snake of a man straight from hell...only one of the three will survive, and Wolf intends to make sure it is himself!
©2001 Will C Knott; (P)2001 Books in Motion

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  • ron
  • mars, Pa
  • 03-08-12

excelllent

as with all Will C Knott books this is a great one. and the Narrator is the best western narrator of all times. enough said

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Great Western

I have a new western hero. The narrator or great job with diction an pace. The storyline is placed well and keeps your interest.

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Will kept his promise

If you could sum up Deadly Promise in three words, what would they be?

kept us intrigued

Who was your favorite character and why?

Pike Hanson because he was tough and stuck to his guns

Have you listened to any of Gene Engene’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No but we will listen to him again

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

when John realized his son was shot