The great-grandson of iconic Old West hero Rooster Cogburn, acclaimed author Brett Cogburn delivers Panhandle, a novel of the Texas frontier. Cowboys Nate Reynolds and Billy Champion, one a well-to-do young man and the other a stubborn troublemaker, couldn't be more different -- yet that doesn't stop them from becoming friends. Determined to rid the frontier of the violent men who kill innocents without hesitation, they soon learn that playing hero can be deadly business.
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"Jim Jenner infuses this Western tale with his warm, rich drawl. Nate Reynolds, whoÕs from a well-to-do family, and Billy Champion, a saddle tramp whoÕs a bit stubborn, are enjoying the open range of the Texas Panhandle in the late 1880s. Jenner finds unique voices for the various characters Nate and Billy encounter, including Barbie, who ends up carrying BillyÕs child but marrying Nate. The struggles of relationships tested by jealousy, financial troubles, and misunderstanding complicate the second half of the story. Overall, JennerÕs reading is smooth and straightforward, and he adds tension and drama while making the most of CogburnÕs authentic cowboy adventure. S.C.A. © AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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