The Greatest Western Writers Of The 21st Century
Walk Like A Man
Long before there was a mountain man called Preacher, a young adventurer set off with a team of fur traders from St. Louis for the time of his life. On a wild frontier, he sought a fortune. Instead, he found blood, betrayal, and the beginning of a legend.
Talk Like A Man
Armed only with a knife, surrounded by a fierce Blackfeet war party, the young man was forced to kill a warrior chief in an act of audacious courage. But when a grizzly bear attack left him half-dead, he could no longer protect himself. By the time the Blackfeet found him again, he had been abandoned and doublecrossed, with only one last trick up his sleeve: the ability to talk himself out of an impossible situation—and into a battle for his life . . .
Fight Like The Devil Himself
So began William W. Johnstone’s masterful saga of the courageous loner who would become known as Preacher. Because when he was alone and desperate, he drew on a preacher's skills—and a mountain man's cunning—to give his enemies hell . . .