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Frontier destiny : the Preacher epic continues / William W. Johnstone.

By: Johnstone, William W.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Pinnacle western; First mountain man.Publisher: New York : Kensington Pub. Corp., 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 568 pages ; 18 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780786041909; 0786041900.Subject(s): Wagon trains -- Fiction | Frontier and pioneer life -- West (U.S.) -- Fiction | Frontier and pioneer life | Wagon trains | West United StatesGenre/Form: Western stories. | Fiction. | Historical fiction. | Western fiction. | Western fiction. | Historical fiction. | Western fiction.DDC classification: 813/.54 LOC classification: PS3560.O415 | T69 2006
Contents:
First mountain man: Forty guns west -- First mountain man: Blackfoot Messiah.
Summary: Forty guns west. During a trip back east for a family reunion, Preacher learns that even the civilized midwest can attract a motherlode of trouble ... especially when a gang of local bully boys decides to pick a fight. Now, wealthy landowner Elam Parks lies dead -- and there's a $5,000 reward on the head of the man accused: the first mountain man. The fortune in blood money has dispatched a small army of bounty hunters after Preacher. Now, back in his once-peaceful homestead in the High Lonesome, as he sights down the barrel of his '33 Hall North breechloader, Preacher is ready for target practice. And he can't think of a more scenic place to pick off the bloodthirsty manhunters, one by one ...Summary: Blackfoot Messiah. In the Wyoming wild, Blackfoot warriors prepare for battle, their bloodlust stirred by a legendary prophet promising victory in a war that will forever rid the plains of the white man. To legendary mountain man Preacher, it isn't a promise - it's a threat. But being out-numbered in a savage frontier means justice will be as hard-earned and uncertain as ... survival. With a loyal Cheyenne as his guide, and a spirited Dragoon squadron for cover, Preacher forges up the treacherous Sante Fe trail. But the only way to win this war is to unmask the hell-raising Messiah whose godforsaken message is leading a desperate people into certain massacre ...
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First mountain man: Forty guns west -- First mountain man: Blackfoot Messiah.

Forty guns west. During a trip back east for a family reunion, Preacher learns that even the civilized midwest can attract a motherlode of trouble ... especially when a gang of local bully boys decides to pick a fight. Now, wealthy landowner Elam Parks lies dead -- and there's a $5,000 reward on the head of the man accused: the first mountain man. The fortune in blood money has dispatched a small army of bounty hunters after Preacher. Now, back in his once-peaceful homestead in the High Lonesome, as he sights down the barrel of his '33 Hall North breechloader, Preacher is ready for target practice. And he can't think of a more scenic place to pick off the bloodthirsty manhunters, one by one ...

Blackfoot Messiah. In the Wyoming wild, Blackfoot warriors prepare for battle, their bloodlust stirred by a legendary prophet promising victory in a war that will forever rid the plains of the white man. To legendary mountain man Preacher, it isn't a promise - it's a threat. But being out-numbered in a savage frontier means justice will be as hard-earned and uncertain as ... survival. With a loyal Cheyenne as his guide, and a spirited Dragoon squadron for cover, Preacher forges up the treacherous Sante Fe trail. But the only way to win this war is to unmask the hell-raising Messiah whose godforsaken message is leading a desperate people into certain massacre ...

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