Timber: United States Marshal, Book 1
- Timber: United States Marshal Western Series
- Narrated by: Ken O'Brien
- Length: 2 hrs and 40 mins
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A brand Western adventure from the author of Clint Clay - The Texan Avenger!
Jake Timber is a tortured man, repaying his debt to society for avenging the brutal murders of his wife and daughter. In his work as a special agent, tasked with ridding the territory of criminals, he takes no prisoners and gives no mercy. His job is to hunt down wanted men, asking no questions before delivering his own brand of justice through the barrel of a gun.
While traveling through the territory, Timber finds himself in the middle of a turf war in the town of Heaven Brook, where he helps bring an end to the tyranny of two powerful men.
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Recently I have been reading some long and complex books. I was looking for a short, simple book to read. This book fit the bill. I enjoy a good western, but new authors to the genre are hard to find. I had read several of Robert Hanlon’s books. So I decided to try book one of a new series about Jake Timber, a United States Marshall.
This was a more or less average western except I felt the author attempted to make the protagonist, Jake Timber, a super hero. In a fast draw he shoots four men lined up against him and Timber takes a bad beating then is up and after the bad men the next day. I wish the author would be realistic and not try to overdo the action. Otherwise, the good guys were good and the bad guys were bad as in all western stories. I am willing to try more books in the series. The book makes a perfect action get-away story.
The book is two hours and 40 minutes. Ken O’Brien does a good job narrating the book. O’Brien has a good voice for narrating a western story. I believe this is my first experience listening to him read.
2 people found this helpful
- C H
Too much blood bad guts.
Too much blood and guts. Personally don't care to read that.
Believe me I read a lot of western s. But nothing like this.
- Richard Sullivan
Awful or worse
Absolutely the sorriest writing i have ever seen published. The publisher should have their head examined.