Western icon Andrew J. Fenady-producer and writer for the legendary television program The Rebel-pens a novel starring that series' title character Johnny Yuma, a former Confederate soldier in search of justice. After the Civil War, Johnny heads home to Texas to find the mother and sister of a close friend who died beside him in battle. What Johnny doesn't know is that a merciless saloon owner has staked his claim on the sister, and the brute doesn't plan to let her go.
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by Andrew J. Fenady
by Ralph Compton, David Robbins
by William W. Johnstone
by Bill Crider
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by Elmer Kelton
"George Guidall delivers a charismatic performance of a story written by the producer and writer of the old TV series "The Rebel." Guidall perfectly conveys the Confederate sense of honor and justice personified in Johnny. The focus of the novel, which takes place after the Civil War, is Johnny's journal. As Johnny wanders home from the war, Guidall brings to life the various characters he encounters along the way--thieves, sisters and mothers, saloon girls and owners. Guidall attacks the story with gusto and graces his reading with subtle Southern accents. He is an expert at making the characters his own. S.C.A. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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