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Acclaimed best-selling Western author William W. Johnstone returns to the action-packed life of quick-draw Frank Morgan.

Harvard-educated businessman Conrad Browning is desperate enough to hire his estranged father, Frank, to neutralize the trouble plaguing his New Mexico railroad line. As the unlikely pair rides to the remote railroad site, they outshoot vengeful bushwhackers and hostile Apaches. But just as Frank and his son begin to bond, a criminal mastermind designs an evil plan to kill them both. And when a gorgeous young lady stumbles into their camp one night, they soon find themselves under her disarming spell.

©2006 William W. Johnstone; (P)2006 Recorded Books LLC

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  • 12-20-10

The Savage Country

Great characters and story, Can't wait to listen to more in the series the Last Gunnfighter.

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