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Publisher's Summary

Reginald Worthington is a vindictive man. He blames US Marshal Mason Sadler for the death of his only child, the former Mrs. Sadler. Now Worthington wants revenge.
Enlisting the services of a highly skilled team of cutthroats, he dispatches them to Tombstone with orders to kill Sadler and anyone he cares about, especially Belle Dubois, the Bird Cage Theater Madame and the love of his life who just happens to be the new Mrs. Sadler.
Not leaving the Marshal's demise to chance, Worthington also engages the talents of the Professor and his latest invention, a quadcopter mounted with a Gatling Gun. His mission? Kill Sadler, even if it means destroying Tombstone in the process.
Expecting Worthington's retribution, the Marshal assembles his own team: the ever resourceful Belle Dubois who just happens to be a Pinkerton agent; two Chiricahua Machinists and their single-seater airships; Johnny Ringo, a gunslinger of questionable repute; and two walking dead, one a 350-year-old conquistador and the other a recently murdered miner.
Right now, things aren't looking too good for the Marshal and his motley crew.
©2017 Paul Douglas McKittrick (P)2018 Paul Douglas McKittrick
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ray Johnson on 02-21-18

Like a Steampunk Cowboy in a steam blasted rodeo

An ounce of Lead follows Marshall Sadler through a steampunk western setting. In this book, a vindictive and hate raging father-in-law has decided the marshall has to go, and go out screaming. So he hires a band of scallwags (sorry, that's pirates) OUTLAWS to dispose of his ex-son-in-law.

Sadler however, is wise to the situation, and puts together a deadly posse consisting of his new wife, some steampunk engineers, and a pair of zombies. The bullets fly and the steam is hot in this western tale. Someone's gonna get their due, just who, though? This is a combination of a Sergio Leone movie and the Wild Wild West (TV show), the only connection to that Will Smith abomination is the Steamspider. I just want PDMAC to create a Doctor Loveless style character for Sadler to match wits with next book!

Wannell is perfect once again, and hits like the hammer on a fully loaded six gun. He brings some authenticity to the voices, and plays his role of narrator perfectly. The title might be called An Ounce of Lead, but it is worth a bar of gold.

Get it, read it, love it.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Talondc on 02-24-18

A Good Listen

This one started a bit slow, but picked up and became a nice steampunk western. I liked the sparing use of steampunk instead of the overpowering take that many authors use. I think my favorite characters were to the Indian engineers. The take on the neighboring mountains was very creative as well and I really enjoyed the "against the odds struggle" as well as the MC not having to be the one that gets all the wins. It was narrated excellently by Steve Wannall.

All in all, it was an excellent listen.

I received a free copy of this audiobook and have voluntarily left this review.

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