Preacher's Fury

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Pinnacle Books , Jan 3, 2012 - Fiction - 352 pages
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The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st Century

A Woman For The Winter.

Montana Territory and a band of Assiniboine Indians give Preacher shelter for the winter. A beautiful woman named Raven's Wing makes the sheltering even better--once he gets things straight with a jealous brave who wants to lift Preacher's scalp.

A Fire In The Night.

Across the border is another wanderer and another tribe. Preacher's old enemy, Willie Deaver, plies a band of Indians with the deadliest combination possible: whisky, guns and bullets--then directs them to try out their killing tools on the Assiniboine. The raid reaps a harvest of devastating death, bloodshed and helpless captives. Deaver is all the more delighted when he learns Preacher is among the fallen.

And The Fury Of A Mountain Man. . .

But in the driving, drifting snow, with a handful of bloodied survivors by his side, Preacher is rising: a rifle in his hands, red-hot fury in his heart, and icy vengeance in his gun sight. . .
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
11
Section 3
21
Section 4
31
Section 5
40
Section 6
48
Section 7
57
Section 8
66
Section 19
170
Section 20
179
Section 21
189
Section 22
199
Section 23
209
Section 24
219
Section 25
230
Section 26
240

Section 9
75
Section 10
84
Section 11
94
Section 12
103
Section 13
113
Section 14
122
Section 15
131
Section 16
140
Section 17
150
Section 18
161
Section 27
250
Section 28
261
Section 29
270
Section 30
281
Section 31
292
Section 32
303
Section 33
321
Section 34
326
Section 35
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About the author (2012)

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.

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