In the best-selling novels of William W. Johnstone, mountain man Smoke Jensen is a legend. Now, Johnstone presents the adventures of Smoke's long-lost brother Luke, who was reported killed during the Civil War. The war is over and Luke is very much alive, his soul forged by the violence he witnessed on the battlefields. His job is now tracking down the worst outlaws - by any means necessary.
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Hobie's introduction into bounty hunting as he follows Luke after the bank robbers.
His depiction of the characters make them more real than my reading about them myself.
Some of the violence was too gory for me, so effected me negatively.
I like to see the bad guys brought to justice, dead or alive!
- Lady M
Dead Shot: Luke Jensen, Bounty Hunter, Book 2.
This is book 2 of Mr. Johnstone's series of Luke Jensen, Bounty Hunter and ranks among the other Johnston's book the same. He keeps your interest from page 1 to the end.
I can not really compare it to any other books written by the Johnston's, for I have only read the 1st.
As I have noted in my review of Book 1 by this author, Book 2 kept me up at nights. I think Mr. Garrett is an excellent narrator and I could listen to him every book I read. He has a gruff voice which gives all his male characters different sounds and very mild for the ladies and others.
I can not point out any particular moments that moved me, for Luke handles himself extremely well in all the situations he finds himself in. He places Luke in very serious predicaments and he always comes up with an answer or solution to keep you interested and not want to put his books down. I think he depicts the Old West as I have visualized it in my mind since childhood. I would recommend his books to all that enjoy good old Western stories. Suitable for younger Western lovers.
I am just now getting ready to start book 3 and I can't wait to get immerged again. High O Silver Away! Ha! I mostly listen to his books rather than read them, for I find it more enjoyable.
- Joe Starks "oldgoat1942"