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The Town Marshal

Narrated by: Chris Abell
Length: 5 hrs and 13 mins
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The Town Marshal is ripped from the annals of authentic American history of the Old West. Its two main participants, James Cooper and Henry Newton Brown, form a close friendship when, along with Billy the Kid, they fight in the Lincoln County War. After that, James and Henry move on, and their bond of friendship growing even stronger as James becomes a crusading newspaper editor and Henry, a town marshal feared by outlaws and lauded by his peers and the towns he served.  

But something goes wrong, and in an emotive moment, the two best friends find themselves face-to-face in a dramatic and poignant confrontation.

©2018 Robert Vaughan (P)2018 Wolfpack Publishing

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  • Jean
  • Santa Cruz, CA, United States
  • 12-29-18

Gripping

I recently discovered western writer Robert Vaughan and have sampled several of his books. It is hard to find a new western author as the Western genre appears to be out of vogue at the current time.

This book is well written and researched. The pace is fast and the story has a good flow. The plot twists and turns and there is lots of action and suspense. The story is about two men who rode with William Bonny in the Lincoln Country Wars. They both settled in Kansas: one a lawman and the other a newspaperman. I enjoy these short books after reading some long non-fiction books.

The book is five hours and thirteen minutes. Chris Abell does a good job narrating the story. Abell is a voice actor and audiobook narrator.


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