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Preacher's Rage

Narrated by: Jack Garrett
Series: First Mountain Man, Book 25
Length: 8 hrs and 27 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical

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Publisher's Summary

For the greatest trapper in the country, there's no place like the Rocky Mountains. 

Preacher and his son Hawk are riding the High Lonesome when the clear mountain air is split by a girl's savage screams. A gang of ruthless trappers has kidnapped a Crow woman, but before they escape with her, Preacher and Hawk burst out of the tree line, guns spitting fire. They drive the trappers off, only to find that she's not Crow, but white. Caroline has been raised by the Crow since childhood, the only people she's ever known. To get her home, Preacher and Hawk will have to blast their way off this mountain, gunning down kill-crazy trappers and merciless Blackfeet warriors. Because it's never really quiet on the western front.

©2019 J.A. Johnstone (P)2018 Recorded Books

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  • bro.Rob
  • 12-01-2019

Who wrote this?

Not sure who wrote this book, but there are all kinds of things that are wrong with it. Preacher says things that Jay. A. John stone’s would never say and does actions that the real author’s character would never do. The original author would never have Preacher hug anybody. Not even Smoke.
People who are trying to write fictional account of fights should be individuals who have actually participated in a fight in their lives, otherwise impossible actions can occur in their imagined character’s struggle. For example, if you are in hand-to-hand combat and one combatant is ready to give the killing stroke with a knife. The other combatant is far too close to be able to throw a rock and knock the knife out of the hand. That’s just common sense. These kinds of things really ruin it for me.
This book was supposedly written 5 years after the death of one author.

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  • The Raven
  • 17-12-2019

Preacher always wins

If you like the other Preacher stories, you’ll like this one. The narrator is good and has a cowboy drawl to sound like Preacher. This was my first time hearing about Preacher’s son. The Preacher books always have good vs.evil men and the good always win. I also enjoy hearing about Preacher’s faithful companions, Horse and Dog. This book is a good, easy listen with an uncomplicated plot and simple characters.

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  • sean booth
  • 10-02-2019

great book

enjoyed this book. the first mountain man is one of my favorite preacher always has a good story

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  • Joan
  • 05-01-2019

Love jack Garrett . 5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ to. Johnstone clan !!

Preacher and son Hawk , what a twosome, from a Aussy point of view I would have loved to travel with them Cheers ROSSCO from down under