Zane Grey's books shoot fast and straight from the hip, hitting readers dead center with thrilling action. His name has become synonymous with western adventure. Because of his killing speed with a revolver, Buck Duane has lived the lone-wolf life of an outlaw. Every day is a struggle against desperate men anxious to prove themselves-and a bigger struggle to hold onto his basic human decency. So when the Texas Rangers offer to deputize him for a dangerous undercover mission, Buck grabs it as his final chance for redemption. The trouble is, the odds are good that the mission will kill him. In books like The Lone Star Ranger and To The Last Man, Zane Grey takes readers to a time and place where men lived by the speed of their draw and the strength of their convictions. Narrator Ed Sala gives compelling voice to the lonely longing of a Texas outlaw.
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"Zane Grey wrote this story in 1914 to honor the Texas Rangers. Ed Sala does a commendable job covering the wide range of action, description, and authentic Western American conversation. After Buck Duane commits a murder, his uncle advises him, "You can't cry over spilled blood," and soon Buck hits the trail in order to avoid capture. Grey differs from most Western writers by having Duane ponder what might have been had his "victim" not been murdered. Listeners are in for a treat with an audiobook that is an excellent example of a Western in which character is more important than action. S.G.B. © AudioFile 2014, Portland, Maine"
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