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Jim Conover possessed the reputation of a man fast with a gun. But if he had to depend on that quickness today, he would be a dead man. The marvelous deftness of that right hand is gone, ruined in a dynamite explosion. And now he is a respected man working as a prospector.

Dr. Clinton Alyard is a man on a mission, to rebuild his family's ancient lands and houses in England. Alyard will use anyone or anything to gain the wealth needed. It's natural that these two determined men should be enemies, one good and one evil.

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Pretty Friggin' Great

Where does Wooden Guns rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It still falls below The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Road, but I'd put it on the same level as O Pioneers in terms of enjoyment (if not meaning).

What other book might you compare Wooden Guns to and why?

Max Brand's short story

Which character – as performed by J. P. O'Shaughnessy – was your favorite?

The doctor. The accent O'Shaughnessy used seemed perfect for the character.