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Publisher's Summary

Yellowstone Kelly is an Indian fighter and scout like no other. The devil-may-care Irishman can pick off hostiles and quote the classics with equal ease and accuracy. Even the mighty Sioux fear him - or most of them fear him. 

Sitting Bull's main war chief, the dreaded Gall, fears no man, and Kelly has something of his that the warrior would gladly kill to get back - his woman.

©2019 Clay Fisher (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Hind

It was a very good read it was interesting on how you kept everything pretty accurate on where you were and describe the country that made it very interesting thank you for the book

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Terribly Boring

Dry, boring narration of an unexciting, woke story. Way better westerns available on audible than this.

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Top Notch Indian story.

It was a little tough at the start getting used to the narrator, and the verbiage. But, very quickly became very hard to stop for thr night. I became enthralled to the very last word.

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Loved it! Favorite line;

It was a night when only idiots or Irishmen would laugh! Bravo author and narrator

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Excellent Book, Excellent Narration!

If you like Westerns you will like this book. I had never read a Clay Fisher book--- that is my bad!

As far as John Lescault is concerned, I will be looking for more of his work, he does a great job!

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Good story, but…

Several times I started to put this book away because of the inappropriate references to the Native Americans and several references to white superiority. References added nothing to, and in fact detracted from this work.

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Ok

Kind of sad story not my favorite type of western but still a good story

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one of the Best Western books ever ever.! this boo

this book Rivals anything I've ever read by Zane Grey or other Western Riders I would recommend this book to anyone who likes Westerns.

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I was born too late.. this is not my time

I have read much of this era and of its people and it's when I would have loved to be there.. they lived as I would like to live now. but that is long gone and never to return. so I'm doing the best with the life that I have but it's not the one I wanted.
this was a great story. I am sorry it's not part of mine.

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Magnificent!!

A brilliant book, both story and performance. I highly recommend it to all who have roamed the mountains, the plains or the deserts in solitude and self-reliance. Memories abound in my mind of my younger days and as I place this book back on the shelf in my library, I know, with a smile, I shall read it once again.

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Terrible Shame

It's a terrible shame I only managed about 25 minutes of this book. I can't really rate the story, I didn't hear enough of it. The performance was sadly too dreadful to listen any longer. there was no emotion or feeling, simply droning on through the words. The Scottish accent would have been better left alone, it was terrible.
Were it my book I he was performing I would be looking for some kind of compensation for murdering the story.
sorry, it was just terrible.