Thorne is a Texas Bounty hunter. He was a bounty hunter all right, but he's been in a slump recently. The past few days Thorne has let more than a few bounties slip away from his grasp. Those bounties were supposed to be sure kills, but for one reason or another, they all just didn't happen.
What members say
A dead man's tale
Would you consider the audio edition of Rip Thorne - Texas Bounty Hunter to be better than the print version?
The audio performance enhanced my memory of being read Dime Western's as a young teen.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Which character – as performed by Robert Hansen – was your favorite?
The narration of Rip Thorne's character and gun play was superb.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I enjoyed this book as a 30 minute commuter. However I would have prefered queuing it up on a solo road trip, and letting the story lead the way as the miles slip into the distance.
Any additional comments?
A good listen of a classic american genre.
- Derrell Mundall
A Great Performance
While the story was good, the performance was great. Hansen did a masterful job of narrating each of the characters, and brought the story to life. I'll be looking for more of his work.