• Vendetta

  • The Lone Ranger
  • By: Howard Hopkins
  • Narrated by: Ferdie Luthy
  • Length: 3 hrs and 12 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Vendetta

By: Howard Hopkins
Narrated by: Ferdie Luthy
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The Lone Ranger in a brand-new adventure! From out of the past comes a mysterious killer systematically murdering anyone with a connection to the Masked Rider of the Plains' former identity. When all signs point to Butch Cavendish, a man long dead, the Lone Ranger finds himself trapped in a deadly game of cat and mouse with the life of his faithful Indian companion hanging in the balance!

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Not for kids, but still an awesome Lone Ranger tale

On one hand, Vendetta is a violent and graphic western story of one woman’s search for vengeance against the masked man. On the other hand it’s a great modernization of the classic story and where a lesser author would’ve made The Lone Ranger as flawed and dark as the world around him, Hopkins maintains the integrity and honor of both he and Tonto. As a result it works tremendously as an authentic Lone Ranger western. Well done.