The Hunt for Frank Palmer: A Western Story of Action and Adventure : The Frank Palmer Stories

  • by Stephen Wilson
  • Narrated by J. Scott Bennett
  • Series: The Frank Palmer Stories
  • 2 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Former bank robber Frank Palmer, now living under the assumed name Mark Cross, has been in hiding from the law for nine years, building a life as a rancher with his adopted son in Redemption, California. But the outlaw's secret life is beginning to unravel. His old gang has started hitting banks and trains without him, creating renewed interest in the whereabouts of Frank Palmer. The aging town sheriff has recognized Palmer but has promised to stay silent if Palmer agrees to put his gun at the service of the law. The Pinkerton Detective Agency is trailing his old gang which is heading in Palmer's direction. Further complicating his life, a new woman in town, mysterious and beautiful, has taken a keen interest in the young rancher and won't stop until she knows everything about him.
This is a continuation of the Frank Palmer stories. It is a complete story and you do not have to listen or read the first book, Redemption: A Western to follow the non-stop action in The Hunt for Frank Palmer.

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The audiobook is an especially good western tale This is a story with a likable main character that I look forward to following throughout his adventures. The town of Redemption is dusty and somewhat gritty and you really get the feel of the old west. Book two gets even better but this can also be listened to as a stand alone. I wouldn't miss any of them

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- jey cee

I am loving this series!

This was another really great Western. I am really enjoying the Frank Palmer Stories. This is the second book in the series, but I think there is room for a book #1.5 because this book takes place several years after the first, and I would love to know more about what happened between Frank and Lisa, as well as see Frank's experience raising a little boy who is half Indian. That being said, this book is engaging, and I would say that it stands alone pretty well - you don't have to read the first book (but why would you want to miss it?) The book abounds with interesting characters and I love that Frank is putting his past to use working for the law. I can't wait to read the next book in the series.

I listened to the Audible audio version of this book narrated by J. Scott Bennett. Bennett is a great narrator, and he does a great job giving each character a unique voice. His voice really adds to the story.

If you like Westerns, or stories of redemption, I highly recommend this book.
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- Leslie F.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-28-2016
  • Publisher: Stephen Wilson