• Iron Dust

  • By: Max Brand
  • Narrated by: Jeff Harding
  • Length: 9 hrs and 9 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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When mild-mannered Andrew Lanning believes that he has killed a man, he takes to the wilderness. Pursued by Sheriff Bill Dozier, matters become more complicated when Andrew takes a direct shot at the law.

©2012 Max Brand (P)2012 Isis Publishing Ltd

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A good story

Max Brand was a pseudonym for Frederick Schiller Faust, the famous poet. Faust wrote under many names and was a prolific writer in many genre such as romances, fairy tales, legends, mysteries , psycho-dramas and of course, westerns from the early 1900 to the 1950's. He wrote over 300 westerns alone. He said he wrote poetry in the morning and the fiction in the afternoon to paid the bills so he could write poetry. His college degree was in the Classics and he often worked one of the classic tales into his writing. He was considered one of the most significant American literary artists of the 20th Century. In this story he has a young man, hit a man and thinks he kills him and rides away, then kills one the men chasing him. The underlying theme is he an outlaw or not. I will not give away the ending nor the "women" who believed in him. There is action, suspense and the classic chase on horseback. I find reading a western a great change of pace from the other books I read and a great way to just relax. Jeff Harding did a good job reading the story.

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