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Blood in the Snow...

Mountain men are skilled at survival. Preacher, the greatest of all those warriors of the forest, will kill anything-beast or man-that threatens his survival. Ten years ago, he taught this violent lesson to gun-crazed Ezra Pease when he ran the outlaw out of town. But Pease and his trail-scum gang are back - shooting up trouble and crossing the Big Empty to nail Preacher's hide to a tree.

So Preacher's riding out to teach Pease one final lesson. But it could be too late because Pease's vicious dealings have fired up an all-out Indian war. Now, with hard-riding death on both sides, Preacher and some old friends called Beartooth, Dupre, and Nighthawk are heading straight into lead-flying, scalp-slashing hell...

©1995 William W. Johnstone (P)2019 Tantor

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Great story keeps you wanting more.

Really enjoyed the series, I hope the rest of the series will be coming soon.

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  • 18-04-20

loved it

I plan to have all in this series. exciting can't wait for the next adventure.

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  • Rebecca
  • 10-08-20

although not as graphic death scenes, thank you.

a bit more romance would not hurt the over all story. and make your female readers happier. in my opinion.
otherwise a well written story, i really enjoyed listening to the story.

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  • Jawbone
  • 24-11-19

Great Audio Book

One of the most talented Narrators I’ve listened to and I’m close to over 100 or more western type audio books, just so talented...and this story line is awesome...

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  • doc tolson
  • 06-06-21

one of his best!

perfect narrator too! he madethe story realisticby changing his voiceto fit each character and made it believable. jihnstone's writing is thebest!!!!

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  • badguybuster
  • 01-06-21

A little continuity issue

Preacher got Thunder after killing an indian brave in book 2 or 3 (I forget which) but in this book its said he got Thunder in a trade with the Nez Pearce. The narrator still damages the story.

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  • Justin Ferguson
  • 03-02-20

preacher always holds his own

the was alittle slow starting but picks up and is on true form of preacher. I like the details of history.