In the Arizona territory, every mountain hides a fortune-and every man fends for himself. Tim Beckdolt, rangy and self-reliant, is as American as the frontier itself. But after spending eight treacherous months digging $175,000 in gold out of Desperation Peak-all he has left is desperation. Two sadistic strangers have taken his gold, and now they want to take his life. He's on the run-the target of a Devil's Manhunt. In a time and a place where the only law is the law of survival, Beckdolt will have to live by his wits ... or die by the bullet. Also includes two additional Western tales: "Johnny, the Town Tamer," the story of a local swindler who meets his match; and "Stranger in Town," in which a drifter confronts a corrupt sheriff ... and his own dark past. The fists are flying and the guns are blazing as the audio version of Devil's Manhunt puts you hot on the trail of blistering Wild West action. "A thrilling novel of greed, violence, survival and perseverance, Devil's Manhunt perfectly embodies the unbridled excitement of pulp fiction." -Midwest Book Review
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by L. Ron Hubbard
"Three short adventures of the Wild West sweep listeners into the cinemagraphic terrain of gold miners, cowboys, saloons, and six-guns. "Devil's Manhunt" has the relentless pace of a manhunt as a young miner is pursued and tricked by a curious Virginia gentleman and his huge sidekick, Sven. The soundscape of both music and sound and the spot-on voices make the adventure real. "Johnny, the Town Tamer" and "Stranger in Town" deliver more colorful Western characters garnished with the sound effects of further adventure. Actors R.F. Daley, Josh Robert Thompson, and Phil Proctor regularly perform in the Golden Age stories, along with actor and director Jim Meskimen, and each adventure often adds a few guest stars rounding out the talented hombres. R.F.W. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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