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Deputy U. S. Marshals Skip Garrett and Terry McGreggor refuse to let the Feds or the local Highway Patrol stop them from pursuing the men suspected of murdering their friend, fellow officer and Mormon ward member, Wally Fuller. Three escaped convicts from Montana's Deer Lodge prison are the prime suspects, and Pete Miller is the worst of them. Pete, along with Carl Meeks and Jimmy Conklin, lead the marshals on a dangerous chase through the Montana wilderness, headed toward the Canadian border. The criminals are far from being brought to justice until a hero from the past joins Skip and Terry in the pursuit. Together they bring the killers to a just revenge.
©1998 Marc Otte; (P)2001 Books in Motion

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It was good, good enough for a roadtrip.

Would you try another book from Marc Otte and/or Rusty Nelson?

I would. Not enthusiastically but indeed I would

Would you be willing to try another book from Marc Otte? Why or why not?

Yes. Because I am a sucker for fables.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Rusty Nelson?

Sam Elliot.

Was Pray for Justice worth the listening time?

That's the point with an audio book like this, right? Good enough for a road trip? Indeed it is. Laden with LDS overtones and "the good guys always win", its a feel good (for some) modern day western. If you like the sound of denim working leather while real men in the saddle commence to real man things in an effort to corner their query, this one if for you. Twisted together like barbed wire the scent of sage and pine saunter in on the breeze like the Mormon henchman O. P. Rockwell moves in and out of frame. Mountain air and the scent of leather permeate the cab of your pick up while Rusty sews together the words of Marc Otte in this Modern day outlaw round up. Add elk meat and firearms and I say, how can you go wrong.

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Way too predictable, but still enjoyable.

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Great book for Western fans, LDS or not

Old time western sensibility in a modern west setting. It's like church history meets gun smoke.

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Mormon Propoganda

What disappointed you about Pray for Justice?

I was not aware that this was a book for LDS fans.

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

I would not have printed it period.

What aspect of Rusty Nelson’s performance would you have changed?

Nothing

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

No

Any additional comments?

I cannot stand promotion of religions I disagree with, this book was awful.

1 of 7 people found this review helpful