Thorne is a Texas Bounty hunter. He was a bounty hunter all right, but he's been in a slump recently. The past few days Thorne has let more than a few bounties slip away from his grasp. Those bounties were supposed to be sure kills, but for one reason or another, they all just didn't happen.
Would you consider the audio edition of Rip Thorne - Texas Bounty Hunter to be better than the print version?
The audio performance enhanced my memory of being read Dime Western's as a young teen.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Which character – as performed by Robert Hansen – was your favorite?
The narration of Rip Thorne's character and gun play was superb.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I enjoyed this book as a 30 minute commuter. However I would have prefered queuing it up on a solo road trip, and letting the story lead the way as the miles slip into the distance.
Any additional comments?
A good listen of a classic american genre.
While the story was good, the performance was great. Hansen did a masterful job of narrating each of the characters, and brought the story to life. I'll be looking for more of his work.