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Publisher's Summary

I've been Marshal for a few years since returning from the war. I'm about six-foot-tall, weigh 200 pounds with wide shoulders and a narrow waist. My hair used to be raven black, but is now turning gray. My mustache is also turning gray. I usually wear bat wing chaps and pointed toe black buckaroo boots with Mexican spurs, and the thing that I'm most proud of is the star pinned to my vest.
©2016 Gregory Doc Patton (P)2017 Outlaws Publishing LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon CustomerBeliever on 04-09-17

Good Western

This was a quick listen and a good western with all of the things included that you expect to have in a western. the story was developed and had several plot twist. The only issue I have with this author's book is the poems. They keep popping up. You will hear the event then you hear it repeated in a poem. Either let the book be a group of poems or let it be a story. The narrator was very good and went with the story. I got this book via audiobook boom. My review is my own.

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5 out of 5 stars
By mandymay on 04-04-17

Great story for a short drive ☺️

My father who is a fan of the "John Wayne era Westerns" is never happy with my audible choices while driving to doctor visits.
Finally I found a book we could both enjoy.
This book is for all ages with no graffic descriptions or language.
And it has a good plot for a short Listen.
I really loved the equality and respect the men showed the women.

I have Listend to Kevin Iggens narrate other Western book's before and I have to say.. Westerns are his calling.
His voice is perfect for taking your mind into that era.

I was given this book by the author in exchange for my honest review.
My opinion is..for a book that entertains all generations​ this one is worth buying.

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