MaxMcCoy has made a name for himself among fans of Old West tales by penning novels that sizzle with the heat of flying lead and lightning-fast gunslingers. Hellfire Canyon features Alf Brolin, a tall drink of water who guns down innocent victims with the same carelessness with which he quotes classic literature. Federal trooper Zach Thomas, however, lacks any appreciation for Brolin's airs and means to see the outlaw put six feet in the ground.
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"This campfire story, which takes place after the Civil War, is not a true Western but the story of Jacob Gamble, a survivor and witness. Henry Strozier and Scott Sowers narrate with empathy and strength to make the rich male characters seem full and whole. Strozier's delivery sounds as though he's relating his own story. Gamble admits he's a killer and a thief but claims he was forced by circumstances to become part of the ruthless outlaw gang started by the flamboyant, infamous killer Alf Bolin. Gamble's first-person discourse is interrupted by a no-nonsense reporter who is interviewing him, portrayed by Carol Monda. Fully committed to the story, the narrators convey the chaotic atmosphere of the period as they draw listeners back in time. S.C.A. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"
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