Seven-time Spur Award winner Elmer Kelton is a brilliant chronicler of the Wild West. Ranger's Trail takes listeners back to 1874 for a rousing tale of the legendary Texas Rangers. The Rangers are reorganizing, and they badly want Rusty Shannon to re-enlist. But Rusty has plans for a quiet, married life. Then a terrible tragedy destroys his world, and sends him down the treacherous trail of revenge. ". a master storyteller who offers more than just blood and gunsmoke. The right blend of action, drama, romance, humor and suspense makes this a handsome addition to his ongoing saga of the Old West."-Publishers Weekly, starred review
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by Elmer Kelton
"It's 1874. Rusty, a former Texas Ranger, shelves his plans to reenlist in favor of going after the varmint who murdered his fiancŽe. But is the right varmint in his sights? What about the bad guy's formidable and unscrupulous family, desperados all? Reading this genre novel, which pushes every button and encompasses every clichŽ of the Western, is Jonathan Davis. He sounds appropriately shy, folksy, youngish, and Texan, but he can call up the characters and turn on the melodrama with surprising expertise. Perfect listening for the trucker driving late at night on the lonely highway. Y.R. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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