The Last Gunfighter
In his acclaimed Mountain Man novels, master storyteller William W. Johnstone created a boldly authentic series that captures the vanishing American frontier. Now, he begins an exciting new chapter in the history of that frontier with The Last Gunfighter—a groundbreaking series that weaves together tales of warriors and outlaws, lawmen and adventurers, and the innocents caught in between.
Outlaws have taken Frank Logan's son, and with all the good gunfighting men either dead or dying, Logan knows he'll be riding after the kidnappers alone. But just as he gets close to the men he's hunting, he comes upon a ghost town nestled into a Rocky Mountain valley. For Logan, the mystery of what happened to the town—and of a deadly spirit that haunts it—has to take second fiddle to what's brought him this far. Determined to free his son, he'll lure his enemies to this godforsaken place, where amidst the ghosts, the gunfighters, and the gunsmoke, he'll make sure the killing is real.
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Ghost Valley - Two thumbs up!
(Thursday, April 6, 2006)
I've been reading westerns for many years now. Until recently, I had not had the pleasure of reading any of William Johnstone's books. My dad gave my The Last Gunfighter: Ghost Valley last week and I couldn't put it down. I followed it up with The Drifter. Both were excellent. I'll buy the rest of the series very soon. There's something about a series of books that lures me in. If you have not had a chance to read any of the books in The Last Gunfighter series, I encourage you to do so. I give them two thumbs up.