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    • Law Dogs

    • McAllister, Book 2
    • By: Francis Louis Guy Smith
    • Narrated by: Dennis Maulden
    • Length: 3 hrs and 23 mins
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    McAllister had retired from being a law dog for 10 years when Grizz Gonzales kidnapped his wife and daughter. He and six retired old law dogs get on the trail and take the hunt across Texas and into Mexico.

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    • Cain

    • By: Francis Louis Guy Smith
    • Narrated by: J. Rodney Turner
    • Length: 3 hrs and 59 mins
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    Two brothers, Cain and Seth McVeay, leave the swamplands of south Mississippi to find new lives: Cain as a minister of the Gospel, Seth to see what he could find and take. Cain lives as a circuit preacher until he finds he has crossed the trail of an outlaw that could be his brother. Seth sets out to be a gunslinger and bounty hunter, until a near death experience changes his life.

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    • Pascal, US Marshall

    • By: Francis Louis Guy Smith
    • Narrated by: Mark Finfrock
    • Length: 3 hrs and 44 mins
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    Pascal was born on the Trail of Tears to a Cherokee mother who died in child birth. His father was an Italian trader who was killed by Cherokee braves. After the great civil war, he was tracked down and commissioned as a US Marshall by William Tecumseh Sherman.

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    • Pascal US Marshall: Shanghaied

    • Volume 2
    • By: Francis Louis Guy Smith
    • Narrated by: Mark Finfrock
    • Length: 3 hrs and 23 mins
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    Pascal, the first Cherokee Indian to be commissioned as a US Marshall, ventures onto the high seas after being shanghaied at a Galveston seaport. His search for two Chinese outlaws brings him around the world and back to Texas.

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    • Santa Fe Sundown

    • By: Francis Louis Guy Smith
    • Narrated by: Howard Meadows
    • Length: 2 hrs and 37 mins
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    There were a few strong men in the wild and lawless west who managed to hang onto their faith. Some were falsely accused of crimes they did not commit. Some even spent time behind bars, simply because they would not forsake their God. Ryan Hale was found along with his young sister Melissa, in a New Mexico desert, after their parents were brutally murdered by a band of Apache raiders. Sam Raines and his Indian wife, Spotted Fawn had brought then to Albuquerque and put them into the hands of a Baptist Circuit preacher.

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    • Christain themed old fashioned western

    • By James & Cindy Jackson on 03-29-16

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    • Winds of the Rio Grande

    • By: Francis Louis Guy Smith
    • Narrated by: Bill Pryce
    • Length: 3 hrs and 48 mins
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    After the great civil war, many of the survivors sought a safe haven in the promised land called Texas. Some stayed to help a struggling republic grow into the great state it was destined to become. Some looked to steal and plunder, ever on the outside of the law, while others wanted to simply be left alone. These were the men who would seek solitude in the great mountains of the west. A few stayed in Texas to trap in the Big Bend.

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    • Winds of Freedom

    • By: Francis Louis Guy Smith
    • Narrated by: Alex Zonn
    • Length: 3 hrs and 57 mins
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    The Civil War was over: Lee had surrendered to Grant at Appomattox courthouse in Virginia. Four young warriors, tired of the horrors of war, dedicated themselves to a new life in the West, helping others along the way. Freed slaves also were making an exodus from the South, hoping to survive and find true freedom in the West. Texas was the Promised Land for many, although the Lone Star State had also suffered the ravages of the war.

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    • Harrimon & Summers

    • By: Francis Louis Guy Smith
    • Narrated by: J Rodney Turner
    • Length: 3 hrs and 27 mins
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    Harrimon and Summers met as nine year olds in a Comanche war camp. They were captives from different worlds. Follow along as they grow up and become Texas rangers, cattle drovers, and best friends.

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    • McAllister

    • By: Francis Louis Guy Smith
    • Narrated by: Alex Zonn
    • Length: 3 hrs and 44 mins
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    McAllister is a lonely man. He has spent 10 years tracking the 10 men who made his fiancée take her life. He watched nine of them hanged - all but the one with the strange looking eyes. When a bank is robbed in Amarillo it puts him on the trail again. He follows the outlaw across Mexico where he meets a female missionary.

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    • Scanlon

    • By: Francis Louis Guy Smith
    • Narrated by: Steve Toner
    • Length: 2 hrs and 58 mins
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    Morgan Scanlon came home from town to find his wife and three children slaughtered by marauders. He begins a search for six killers.

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    • Matilda

    • By: Francis Louis Guy Smith
    • Narrated by: Pam Tierney
    • Length: 3 hrs and 55 mins
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    Matilda O'Halloran's father was killed in New Orleans by Irish assassins and she went to live with her uncle Dan in Texas. On the day of her arrival, her uncle was also murdered. Marcus McClanahan came along, and the two of them sought to find the assassins. The trail led across Texas and back to New Orleans. What they found was not what either of them expected.

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    • The Carpenters

    • By: Francis Louis Guy Smith
    • Narrated by: Dennis Maulden
    • Length: 3 hrs and 11 mins
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    Isaac and Martha Carpenter were flooded out for the last time at the Tombigbee River in Mississippi. They took their five boys and one girl and went to Texas. They were part of the old 300, granted a homestead by Stephen F. Austin. Follow along as they endure the trials and tribulations of pioneer life.

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    • Skeeter

    • By: Francis Louis Guy Smith
    • Narrated by: Fred Fuller
    • Length: 1 hr and 29 mins
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    Donald P. Lassiter was sent to Waco, Texas, to get a story on one of the last cowboys to ride the trail behind longhorns. He found Cade Cody "Skeeter" Sawyer. Skeeter spent his early years with a circus, then as a lawman and soldier. He tried to be a mountain man. Follow along as Skeeter tells his story in his own words.

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