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Publisher's Summary

Western Justice. Johnstone Fury.

In this explosive new series, William W. and J.A. Johnstone bring together two of their greatest legends. The Drifter and the Kid. A gunslinging father and prodigal son, united at last, they are the Morgans. And the only thing thicker than a Morgan's blood is a Morgan's bullet....  

Family First. Everybody Else Dies.

There's nothing particularly unusual for a legendary gunman to be summoned to the lawless, bullet-riddled territory of Arizona. But when Frank Morgan, aka the Last Gunfighter, rides into Tucson, he finds himself ambushed and kidnapped by ruthless Mexican bandit Ramirez's army of thugs. The only way out is for Frank's son, Conrad Browning, heir to the vast Browning fortune, to ransom his father free. But Conrad isn't giving up one cent. He's got a far deadlier currency in mind....

Conrad heads down to the border and infiltrates the compound. But to prove himself, he has to hold up a train with the rest of the gang. Ramirez catches on to Conrad's ruse, and the only way out is for Frank to come to the rescue. It's a wild turn of events for sure, but for the Morgans, when it comes to killing their enemies, it's all in the family.

©2021 J.A. Johnstone and William W. Johnstone (P)2021 Recorded Books Inc.

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A good yarn - well presented

This was a terrific story and well narrated by George Guidall (who I have come to appreciate more and more for his talent -across any genre). Just the right length - the story line moved along at a clip - and there was no way of be certain just how this would end. This is writing and narration at its very best - but I have only recently dipped my toe in the WESTERN genre - but I will keep doing so if this standard can be expected. A strong recommendation.

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A Good Western!

A real western with a fine ending! I have been wanting to listen to a really good western and this story fits the bill! I enjoyed it from beginning to end! I especially loved the narrator. He sounds like a true western!

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Didn’t hate it.

The story was ok. The narrator …….needs to work on his pace. He was reading like he was in a hurry.

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Superb

The last gun fighter series is most enjoyable and yes this new edition, The Morgan’s is superb.
Keep it coming!

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Great

Loved this book. Great readijng. Enjoyable from beginning to the end. Looking forward to more books from this author.

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Who was Ramirez’s contacts???

I never found out who Ramirez’s contacts were in the towns where Frank and Kid were from.