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The Greatest Western Writers of the 21st Century

For generations, the Jensen family has staked their claim in the heart of the American West. Now the legacy continues as twin brothers Ace and Chance Jensen find justice...swinging from a hangman's noose. 

The bad also die young 

In a court of law, it takes 12 jurors to convict a killer. Two of them are Jensens. It all started when those Jensen boys, Ace and Chance, got roped into jury duty. It should have ended when justice was served with the killer dancing on the end of a rope. But no. This is just the beginning of the death sentence for Ace, Chance, and the other 10 terrified jurors. 

A jury of 12 men and dead 

He's one of the most notorious outlaws in the west. He's also the brother of the hanged killer. Now he's here in town - and plans to slaughter the jurors, one by one. There's just one hitch: Ace and Chance aren't getting ready for judgment day. They're gunning for justice - Jensen style....

©2017 J.A. Johnstone (P)2019 Recorded Books

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I love listening to Jack Garrett. I have listened to several books he has narrated. He brings so much life to the stories and keeps you from putting the book down .
when I look for a Johnstone book I always look to make sure he is narrating it before I purchase it.

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If you have been following the Smoke Jensen family series, then you may or may not know of the two Jensen boys. They are Ace and Chance Jensen of the family.

They like most other Jensen's hit the trail some times with no destination in mind, just looking to see what is over the next hills. These two were doing just that. After a hard, long ride on the trail they came upon a small town, Line Pine in New Mecico. The boys thought They would leave their horses with the livery stable man to feed and take care of the for a couple of days, get a room in the hotel, a bath something to eat, then visit a saloon for drinks to wet their whistleswhistl, Afterwards turn in for the night. After a couple of days rest, they would get some supplies and continue on. However; it didn't turn exactly as they hoped. They chose the exact bar in town of the two the livery stable told the was trouble. The old man told them a rough neck type man named Peate McClaren and his four side kicks, fast gunslinger's are in there and it didn't take long before trouble broke out between the two. They tried to defuse his bullying, but to no avail. They were not ones to back down. After all Peate had to keep up his reputation as top dog in this town. He may have underestimated the Jensen boys as just saddle tramps and easy pickings.

I have followed William Johnstone and his Brother's The Last Mountain Man Series for awhile now and never been disappointed. He always has great story lines, action bullying and a true picture of the old west. I recommend his books to all teens and above.

Jack Garrett is usually his Narrator and does a remarkable job.