Frontier Law follows the exploits of Texas Ranger Frank Sirocco when he rides into San Ysidro to investigate the murder of two colleagues. Up against a deadly band of killers, gunfighters and renegades, Sirocco will need all of his wits and guns to survive this one. Fortunately, help arrived from unexpected sources.
I really enjoyed this it really shows how hard life was back in the old days when there wasn’t a lot of law and people taking the law into their own hands right or wrong. When the man with the most gunmen won and more or less took over the town with no one willing to take him on. The audio starts out with them killing the sheep and their owner from there it just goes downhill for the law that is until two rangers come up missing which brings more lawmen to town. Frank is a very smart man but he does make a few mistakes which gets him in hot water. Can he get out of the mess he is in and get some much needed help or will he be taking his last breath.
Mr. Broussard did a delightful job from his narration to the sound effects. His character voices were really good, you know who is talking and what emotion they are feeling. I don’t usually like music and such but he did a wonderful job with them. It was pleasant and not over powering. There were no background noises, no volume changes, if any breaks were taken I could not tell. His male voices were strong, tough , his female ones were feminine. His performance was great making me buy into the story and giving me a highly believable listen. I look forward to listening to more of his work.
The cover is a little misleading making one think this might be a romance. There are some women characters which are a great addition to the book but there is no romance. This is a book based on a lawmen cleaning up a town and the trouble he gets into. It is very entertaining, pretty fast paced, exciting and suspenseful with gun fights, killers, outlaws. The characters are likable for the most part, no doubt you will be cheering for the law. This was short, sweet and to the point, a listen that I enjoyed very much. This is a book that the whole family can enjoy listening to for some family time.
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