William W. Johnstone: Manslaughter



Ranch to recover from the eep A Seductive Revenge depression he is suffering from Ion t think any of that should ualify as a spoiler by the way The hero never California Living dies in these novels we all know that In any event I read this uickly and was well satisfied at the end In fact I would easily Title Shawn O Brien ManslaughterAuthor William W Johnstone JA JohnstonePages 336Year 2015Publisher PinnacleMy rating is 4 out of 5 starsThe action takes place in Broken Bridle Wyoming where the sheriff resembles of an eastern typeude than a western town sheriff Shawn O Brien is a known town tamer who becomes entangled in the problem the town has with a man named Becker who is holding the town in his tight grip Becker has assembled some gun hands to make sure his grip remains tight so people won t mess up his long term plansIn the hills So Damn Lucky (Lucky OToole, drums pound and make the people scared of going near the hills The man in the hills is a psychotic killer who has been fleeing the law and his only care is himself He figures he knows how toiagnose people s sanity the problem is Dr Cranston was not sane himself but he is greedy He has a hold on the hills in order to remove the vein of rock that is guaranteed to make him rich beyond his wildest Wild Embers: Poems of Rebellion, Fire, and Beauty dreamsWhat happens is an action packed story with characters than I revealed to you here The plot has twists and turns along with other actions that will keep readers entertained for hours in the Old West I love reading Johnstone books many are uite good This one is a good one Though not my favorite I enjoyed it nonetheless Pick up a copy then sit and get lost in the pages in a very suspense filled thriller that really gets tense at time. What Shawn finds is that something even evil than Pike is haunting Broken Brindle Now in a storm of bullets and blood in aeal with the evil Shawn O'Brien can only tame this town by entering hell itse.

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Guns gold greedAnother great read by Mr Johnstone An interesting twist with a mad psychiatrist who emonstrates a rather strange if brutal cure for insanity Good BookI liked this book but it is not among his best Actually i had to force myself to finish it Small town problemsA lot of killing No wonder there are a lot of ghost towns in the West Good Guys sometimes lost A Study in Scandal (Scandalous dang good This is the first book in the Town Tamer series I have read I have really enjoyed books about the O Brien family but not as much on this particular one The story is a little weird in places Still enjoyable reading just not uite to my tastes Great story Johnstone is a master in the craft I have read all the greats From El Leonard and L Amour to Zane Gray and Johnstone can take a welleserved seat at the table and share a Letting it Go drink with the best of them Thanks for a great ride After Shawn O Brien Town Tamer I anxiously awaited this the seuel Johnstone s characters are all uniue in their own way but I find Shawn O Brien to be veryifferent from the rest of these tough protagonists O Brien is the most human the most selfless the most concerned with making the world and others a better place Yet he is as tough as all the other Johnstone gun fightersFlintlock Morgan Macallister and others In this novel O Brien and his sidekick Hamp Sedley find themselves in Broken Bridle a The One Who Stays (Summer Island, dying town just outside of Rattlesnake Hills which is haunted in a sense by a psychotic former psychiatrist who was put out of business for essentially killing four out of every five of his patients with his tough love approach to curing mental illness Unfortunately loveidn t play muc. In Broken Bridle Wyoming Jeremiah Purdy the town's tinhorn sheriff is a college kid who wants to become governor some ay But outlaw Darius Pike couldn't care less about anyone else's ambitions With Pik.

H of a role in Clouston s treatment of his patients and his sadism only intensifies when he holds up in Rattlesnake Hills with his band of losers and hired hands bent on estroying the town O Brien of course as a town tamer wants to save the town Smijurija u mjerama despite the fact that gambling prostitution andrinking have the town on its last legs The pace moves relatively uickly Much happens in this novel and we are introduced to a number of characters who are interesting and well Speer developed in their own right Some come andie uickly and others stick around awhile for us to take a vested interest in Plenty of action occurs throughout the novel and like Town Tamer 1 this is fairly well written I was impressed with the prose particularly the exceptional Ultralearning description Ion t usually expect to encounter as many thoughtful similes and metaphors as I id in this novel I even highlighted several of them which almost never happens in one of these western novels Let s face itwith the exception of True Grit a few Louis Lamour novels and perhaps a few others westerns are not known as classic literature Nevertheless the ialogue rang true and overall this was well written and not as cliched as some of these ghostwritten Johnstone novels are Together with Flintlock Shawn O Brien is a series I am truly enjoying and I cannot wait for the next installment At the end of this one the hero succeeds of course but not without significant loss both in lives and even his hope for the future O Brien is genuinely The Lost Literature of Medieval England distraught at what he believes is his failure to save Broken Bridle and the last we see him he is being taken back home to I believe his father s New Mexico. E holding Broken Bridle in a bloody grip of terror Purdy sends aesperate cry for help to Shawn O'Brien town tamer Shawn's mission ride to Wyoming and pry Broken Bridle loose from Pike's reign of fear.

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