Deadly Trail

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Pinnacle Books, 2008 - Fiction - 346 pages
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William W. Johnstone's breathtaking Mountain Man series set the standard for Western adventure. Now, a new saga begins, as Matt Jensen, the adopted son of Smoke Jensen, blazes a name for himself on the lawless frontier.  .  .

The Way Of The Gun

He'd done the old man proud. By leaping into the path of danger, Matt Jensen foiled a train robbery in Colorado, and the governor himself presented him with a public reward. But what started on the rails has stayed on the rails--and taken on a life of its own. Now, a frustrated outlaw and his murderous posse have struck again--this time kidnapping the governor's niece. With the power of the law behind him, Matt Jensen, the last mountain man, is riding toward a town called Braggadocio. That's where Matt will learn how to put a bad man down--and to make sure he stays that way.  .  .

 

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
9
Section 3
21
Section 4
35
Section 5
43
Section 6
57
Section 7
71
Section 8
77
Section 16
165
Section 17
187
Section 18
199
Section 19
211
Section 20
221
Section 21
231
Section 22
243
Section 23
255

Section 9
91
Section 10
103
Section 11
113
Section 12
127
Section 13
137
Section 14
145
Section 15
157
Section 24
271
Section 25
287
Section 26
307
Section 27
319
Section 28
335
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About the author (2008)

William W. Johnstone was born in Southern Missouri on October 28, 1938. He quit school when he was fifteen to join a carnival, but went back and finished high school in 1957. He worked as a deputy sheriff, spent time in the army, and then went into radio broadcasting, where he worked for sixteen years. He started writing in 1970, but was his first book, The Devil's Kiss, was not published until late 1979. He wrote over 200 books during his lifetime including the Ashes series, Code Name series, Mountain Man series, The First Mountain Man series, and Eagles series. Two of his books, Eagle Down and Dagger, were written under the pen name of William Mason. He died on February 8, 2004 at the age of 65.

J. A. Johnstone is a Tennessee-based novelist.

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