Bullets Don't Die: The Loner #13
J. A. Johnstone
Pinnacle, 2012 (2012)
Reviewed by Jessica Maguire
id Morgan is a mysterious man. In another time, in another place, he was Conrad Browning, complete with a home, family, and wealth. Now, having lost his worldly comforts, he is known as the Loner, drifting from town to town, finding trouble wherever he goes.
he Loner's journeys lead him to befriend a forgetful, aging, former Marshal, Jared Tate. Although retired, Jared Tate believes he is still a Marshal and is wandering the dangerous Kansas territory forgetting that he lives under the cold, watchful eye of his daughter. Together, the Loner and the retired Marshal fight the enemies that Tate has made in his days of being a lawman.
eaders may recognize author J. A. Johnstone as the nephew of popular Western author William W. Johnstone. Tutored by his uncle, J. A. was advised to create believable characters and historically accurate facts. From humble beginnings typing and researching for his uncle, J. A. Johnstone has risen to become a bestselling author of Western novels.
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