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Frank Morgan, a gunfighter known to many simply as “the Drifter”, finds himself adopted by man’s best friend and by a wide-eyed young fortune-seeker who seems to have more talent for finding trouble than gold. Two vicious outlaw gangs have kidnapped Frank's own son to lure him into a trap, providing the Last Gunfighter with his latest deadly challenge.

Performed by Ken Jackson, James Konicek, Peter Stray, Terence Aselford, Mort Shelby, Chris Graybill, Tim Carlin, James Lewis, Richard Rohan, Dylan Lynch, David Coyne, Michael Glenn, Andy Clemence, Eric Messner, Thomas Penny, MB Van Dorn, Nanette Savard, Johann Dettweiler, Cate Torre.

©2000 William W. Johnstone (P)2008 Graphic Audio, LLC

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Frank Morgan can retire

The Last Gunfighter; Reparisal,by William W, Johnston. Narrated by Ken Jackson and a full cast. Graphic Audio, a Movie in your mind. Book 2.


On day Frank drifted into town again, and was not only surprised to see Vivian, his Wife, Her Father never did care for him and dam well didn’t want Frank around her. He didn’t know they had married and ran him off. Not wanting to cause trouble, Frank had left years before. Her Father had died and left her his large ranch and a silver mine he had discovered. Frank learned she owned one of the largest mining strikes in the West. Now Frank was not down on his luck, for he was well off. He began to court her and the town knew it, so they eventually ceased to try and hide it. Her Son,Conrad, formed a dislike for Frank. He had all his Mothers attention and now this man had begun to take that away from him. This did not set well with Conrad.

There arose a bloody battle in the town and Vivian, Frank’s Wife was hit bad and later died. Frank swore he would track down the two gangs whom had joined together take revenge for his Wife. His Son, not knowing the background as to why he never knew his Father, did not want to believe it when his Mother told him the truth on her deathbed, that Frank Morgan was his Father. His son would not listen to reason even when Frank tried to explain later, so he had no reason to hang around. Since Vivian was gone and Conrad wanted nothing to do with him, Frank once again rode out, in search of the two gangs, Not knowing if he would ever come across them again, Frank never gave up and spent years searching in vain.

Now he learned they had kidnapped Conrad his Son and he set out to rescue him. A hard snowfall had come that night, but that made no difference to Frank. He was determined to rescue his Son and bring him back, He also would get revenge for Vivian by, killing every member that participated in the massacre and took the life of his Wife.

William W. Johnstone came through again with an exciting story of how the Old West was. The Narrator, Ken Jackson did an excellent job along with the full cast, it truly was like just leaning back in my easy chair and listing to a movie with no visual available. I consider this mature material and not for the young due to the violence. On to book three for me.