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Thirteen people are dead from the savage poisoning of a church well at the zealous hands of a vengeful old woman. With warrants in hand for murder and flight to avoid prosecution, Ruben, Homer Poteet, and Marion Daniels take to the trail of Blanche Boggs. She has crossed the Mississippi River into the primitive wilds of Southern Illinois to return to her old home place. Back among friends and family, Blanche knows she is safe. She isn't. Nobody is on the Killdeer Trail.
©2015 David R. Lewis (P)2015 David R. Lewis
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By Jim "The Impatient" on 03-30-17

IT WAS A FINE EVENING, THAT'S WHAT IT WAS

HOW THE HELL ARE YA, GOD DAMN IT?
This is the best feel good book I have ever read. It don't matter if your a western fan or not, if your looking for something to make you laugh and warm your heart, this is the book. Don't worry about it being book 6 in the series. I have only read book one, which was good, but no where near as good as this. Reading the previous books is not necessary. I am serious, if there was a feel good category, this would be book one. The main character is a sheriff, who is married and who has a young son. The young son, his mule and his new saddle, had me grinning from ear to ear.

SHE WAS LOOKING AT ME LIKE I TRACKED HORSE SHIT ALL OVER HER FAVORITE RUG.
I reckon I was going to commence to write a spell about all the cowboy talk, which dern near makes this a masterpiece. I was a scaret that I would ruin the beauty of this book with my childish fumbling. THE MORE I THOUGHT ABOUT IT, THE MORE I GOT TO GRITTIN MY TEETH OVER IT. I worried something FEARSOME over it. I hope I have not KILT your enthusiasm for this great book.

YOUR THE BOSS, BUT THAT DON'T MAKE BULLETS BOUNCE OFF OF YA.
Lewis does his own narrating and I don't believe another could have done better.

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By Victor on 06-07-15

Amazing story and performance, another brilliant work by the master

Lewis outdoes himself on Killdeer Trail. Having listened to all the previous trail series, this one is certainly one of my favorites. With several of the Lewis's characters on tap, Lewis ups his game and brings to life additional characters with a more intriguing dialogue along the way. The story continues to pick up steam and has a great deal of emotion to the end. The protagonist Rubin Biehler develops quite well and has matured from his earlier incarnations.
Highly recommend this book for the western lovers.

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