• Wild Horses of White Mesa

  • The Long Dusty Trail, Book 2
  • By: Mel Adkins
  • Narrated by: John Stamper
  • Length: 10 hrs and 31 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (42 ratings)

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Wild Horses of White Mesa

By: Mel Adkins
Narrated by: John Stamper
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The Wild Horses of White Mesa is the second installment of the Long Dusty Trail series, and tells of Jim Highsaw and Josh Randles efforts to save their army contracts for supplying beef and horses to Ft. Sumner, New Mexico. When the snow storm of the century kills off most of their herds, they are forced to resort to catching wild horses to fill those contracts. Outlaws, crooked gamblers, and just plain bad men add to the problems of raising their high spirited sons, Bobby Glasgow and Jack Highsaw.

©2014 Melvin L. Adkins (P)2014 Mel Adkins

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disappointing language

I can not believe the same person wrote the first book in this series wrote this one. The first one was so enjoyable with almost NO bad words. This book 2 was FULL of filthy language and an excessive use of the Lord's name in vain. Shame, I hold firm to the belief that a Good Author can convenience their readers of the emotions without using God's name in vain. The Author accomplished it in the first book. I'm almost afraid to read book 3.