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  • Dog Soldier Moon | McKendree Long

    Dog Soldier Moon

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 31 mins)
    • By McKendree Long
    • Narrated By John Burlinson
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    In this sequel to his novel, No Good Like It Is, McKendree Long continues the saga of Dobey Walls and Jimmy Boss Melton during the three years following the Civil War. In Dog Soldier Moon, a great crime decimates the tiny Panhandle community of Canadian Fort, twisting relationships and putting Dobey and the Boss on a trail of retribution and frontier justice, yet unaware that they are targets of two Pinkerton teams.

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  • No Good Like It Is | McKendree R. Long III

    No Good Like It Is

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By McKendree R. Long III
    • Narrated By Keith Newbill
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    1858, Fort Gibson, Indian Territory. 2nd Lieutenant Dobey Walls meets and bonds with veteran Corporal Jimmy Melton. As the Civil War begins, they leave to join the 8th Texas Cavalry in Houston, then take part in the first and the final charges of the Army of Tennessee. Between those events, they ride with Nathan Bedford Forrest, play an honorable role in the Fort Pillow Massacre, harass Sherman with Shannon's Raiders, and visit the second best brothel in Atlanta.

    Tony M. says: "reliving the past"
  • Higher Ground | McKendree Long

    Higher Ground

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    • By McKendree Long
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    Raw, unvarnished, and authentic, Mike Long doesn't pull any punches when he writes anything western. The detail about the historical events in this book are spot on, including his riveting depiction of what it must have been like to be fighting the Battle of the Big Horn, also known as Custer's Last Stand. Long's command of the language, his use of imagery, and his knowledge of weaponry make this a book for any western, adventure, or historical listener.

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