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When General William T. Sherman commissions Ezra Justice to form a secret band of cavaliers who will help end the war between the North and South, his order may impact the West as well.

Justice gathers a pro-Union posse of diverse multinationals second to none in their fighting abilities. There is Nathaniel York, an African-American; Reginald Bonesteel, a British sharpshooter; Harry Whitecloud, a soft-spoken Indian warrior and medicine man; Shaun O'Banyon, a strapping Irishman who'd fight an entire army himself; and the Hawkins twins, Gypsy-blooded brothers who do a bang-up job with explosives.

From dusty canyon shootouts against Confederates to the horrors faced aboard the doomed steamship Sultana, these dynamic men shine as good-hearted heroes who need each other just as much as many others need them.

©2005 Carlos Ray Norris, Ken Abraham, Aaron Norris, and The Canon Group (P)2005 Oasis Audio LLC

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loved it

really liked this book its a great western chuck norris did a good job i never lost interest while listening

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Fantastic Book

I don’t often find myself reading fiction as I typically prefer instruction to entertainment. I was pleasantly surprised that this book is remarkable for both. Chuck Norris is most well known for his martial arts, his movies, and Walker Texas Ranger. It’s understandable that many might be skeptical of a book written by someone that isn’t known for being an author. However, if you look just a little further beyond the man you see on the screen to the man himself you’ll find there is even more to appreciate. This book, in my opinion, is just one example of that. I highly recommend it, and would encourage any prospective readers to go a little deeper and learn a little bit more about Chuck Norris. To me, being an accomplished martial artist, actor, author, etc. etc. are all admirable but they pale in comparison to his most notable accomplishment, he’s a good man, and the knowledge he shares in his books along with the example he sets with his life has made me a better one.

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