Outlaw with a Badge : The Frank Palmer Stories

  • by Stephen Wilson
  • Narrated by J. Scott Bennett
  • Series: The Frank Palmer Stories
  • 4 hrs and 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Former bank robber Frank Palmer has been hiding from the law for years, creating a new life. The aging town sheriff has recognized Palmer but has promised to stay silent if the outlaw agrees to put his gun at the service of the law. It's a difficult challenge, raising his adopted son, building a ranch, while secretly hunting down the most lethal bandits upon request.
Although he wishes the world would forget his former gang, Palmer's old life has come back to haunt him. For some reason, a new gang is imitating the techniques of the old Colter Gang, reviving interest in his whereabouts.
A terse letter arrives for him, written on the back of his wanted poster, vowing to expose Palmer's identity unless he travels to Sacramento and offers his skills to the anonymous blackmailer.
With no other choice, Palmer meets his extortionist and discovers a plot more monstrous than any he has faced. A scheme dependent on his untimely death to succeed.
This is a continuation of the Frank Palmer Stories. It is a complete story and you do not have to hear the other books in the series to follow the non-stop action in Outlaw with a Badge. Although there are continuing plot elements, each story comes to a satisfying conclusion
Other books in the series include Redemption and The Hunt for Frank Palmer.

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The Frank Palmer Westerns are Great Listens

The Frank Palmer stories are some of my favorites. The characters are great and each adventure is like taking a trip back into the old west. This, as well as the others are stand alones but I would recommend listening to them all. Stephen Wilson has a wonderful western style like no other.

J.Scott Bennett's narration makes this a fantastic listen. He has the best voice inflections and tone for this tale. He's a versatile voice actor and one of my favorites.

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com.
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- Teresa

nice conclusion

Or is it? There's a few loose ends at the end of this story, so hopefully there will be more of Frank Palmer. The third book was just as easy to listen to as the first two. Narration was clean; story was good.
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- Kelly Kenrick

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-01-2016
  • Publisher: Stephen Wilson