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Smoke Jensen, Matt Jensen, Falcon and Duff MacCallister - together for the first time

They just wanted to get home for Christmas...but fate had other plans.

It's December 1890. A Texas rancher named Big Jim Conyers has a deal with Scottish-born, Wyoming cattleman named Duff MacCallister. Along with Smoke and Matt Jensen, the party bears down on Dodge, Kansas, to make a cattle drive back to Forth Worth. But before they can get out of Dodge, guns go off and a rich man's son is killed.

Soon the drive turns into a deadly pursuit, then a staggering series of clashes with bloodthirsty Indians and trigger-happy rustlers. And the worst is yet to come - the party rides into a devastating blizzard, a storm so fierce that their very survival is at stake.

From America's greatest Western author, here is an epic tale of the unforgiving American frontier and how, amidst fierce storms of man and nature, miracles can still happen.

Performed by Terence Aselford, Kimberly Gilbert, Thomas Keegan, Nanette Savard, James Lewis, Lily Beacon, Tim Getman, Drew Kopas, Tim Carlin, Elizabeth Jernigan, David Coyne, Richard Rohan, Steven Carpenter, James Keegan, James Konicek, Karen Novak, Ken Jackson, Christopher Graybill, Joe Brack, Thomas Penny, Eric Messner, Mort Shelby, Christopher Scheeren, Dylan Lynch, Michael John Casey, Johann Dettweiler.

©2011 William W. Johnstone (P)2011 Graphic Audio, LLC

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Christmas series

This is a great book. This is one of my favorite books so far. In this book you have Smoke , Matt , Duff and Falcon. There hearding cattle to live oak ranch in Texas. Big Jim's ranch. Also Janie Is in this book. Smoke's sister I haven't heard from her in a long time. Everyone thought she was Dead. Rebecca Big Jim's Daughter ends up being Janie's daughter. Smoke finds out about her. The cattle drive was exciting. I'm not a big fan of these dramatized books I like the unabridged books with one narriater. But this was good and I will be getting more. If my review was any help will you please click on the helpful link below. Thank you

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a worthwhile Christmas story

This story is mostly a rough and tumble western. But so are we. but the good guys prevail, and we get a glimpse of the happy ever after. I'm not used to that from other authors. Thanks Bill, William
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  • 11-30-20

Worst Scottish Accent Ever

It's a great story with great caricature but if i was a Scott's man, which I'm not, I would feel insulted by the Scottish accent performed in this book, I would recommend that you buy the book but try not to listen to Scottish elements too hard,