With the painful memories of Appomattox fresh in his mind, Zachary Cobb heads west to start over. His experience in battle haunts him, but also serves him well in his new career as an undercover Wells Fargo agent. Zach quickly finds himself in the Mojave Desert, hot on the trail of a multiple holdup suspect. The investigation leads toward powerful and dangerous figures who are relentless in their attempts to control the opium trade and the supply of illegal Chinese workers. Only faith, the local sheriff, and the affections of Jenny Hays can pull Zach through.
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by James Walker
by James Robertson
by Mary Jo Putney
by Alton Gansky
by Cherry Adair
by Robert J. Randisi
by William W. Johnstone, J.A. Johnstone
by Linda Lael Miller
by Brenda Jackson
"A typical Western, full of fights, threats, and robberies, THE DREAMGIVERS contains a special twist: Its hero, Zach Cobb, is deeply spiritual. Not a pastor, but devout just the same, Cobb protects life and property in rough California. Jack Garrett speaks slowly, doing well with the narration, Cobb's part, and an Irishman's. He's less successful with the Chinese and Southerners' parts. Devoid of musical accompaniment, Garrett's straight reading of this story of victory over evil is delivered in a deep voice worthy of its message of devotion. This is the first of a series of Wells Fargo Trail books by minister-author Walker. A.G.H. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"
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