Will Fain, U.S. Marshal, West Texas: Book 2: Will Fain, U.S. Marshal Series, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
In this second book in the Will Fain, US Marshal series, Will finds a hidden Spanish treasure on his property. He and Isum Wood, his chief deputy, search out murderers and rapists in wild Texas frontier towns like San Saba, Lampasas, Gatesville, and Comanche. They kill two murdering gamblers in Buffalo Gap, go on to the wildest of western towns, Fort Griffin, where Will's great thoroughbred stallion, Traveler, wins a stakes race, and then Will and Isum fight off a gang which wants to steal the race money.
It's a great story of adventure on the west Texas frontier, but also a heartfelt relationship with wife Virginia, and two children, Jacob and Annabelle, that warms Will's heart and keeps him grounded. When a crew of buffalo hunters strike Will's ranch, he and Isum use the Gatling gun to fight them off and restore peace to the ranch.
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|Listening Length||5 hours and 54 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||December 24, 2019|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #86,495 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#412 in Western Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#545 in Western Fiction
#6,208 in Westerns (Books)
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At this point in the second book in the series Will is married and living on their ranch with his wife, Virginia and her children, Jacob and Annabella from a previous marriage.
Will has appointed Isum Wood his Deputy U. S. Marshall. Isum moved onto the ranch with his wife and children and had become a part of Will’s team hunting down killers. Will share the reward money with Isum and dealt with racist individuals and groups who attempted to disrespect or degrade Isum because he was black.
Along the way, a black Indian, Alfa, and his family also moved on to Will and Virginia’s ranch. Alfa is a man of few words and is able to train and care for the horses like no other could.
Del came by Will and Virginia’s ranch on a cold Christmas Day looking for a job and will hired him on a temporary basis, but took him on full-time in short order.
As Will and his family were traveling by stage coach to visit Virginia’s family, a fellow passenger along with her two thugs tried to rob Will and intended to kill the entire Fain family; however, thanks to the previous training Virginia received from Will, she disrupts the outlaws’ plans with her hidden pistol.
There are numerous other dangerous encounters with ruthless killers that Will and Isum bring to justice during this episode of the series.
I am already reading the third book in this series and will read and review all eight of them.
R. O. Lane knows how to grab the reader and keep them engaged in these action-packed old western adventures. He really is skilled in developing both the characters and the stor line.
I recommend that you begin with the first in the series and read them in order. While the author does take the time to bring the reader up to date near the beginning of each tale, I think the continuing storyline will be more cohesive when read in order of development.
I recommend this tale to family, friends, and others who enjoy this genre and are looking for a well-written, quick, easy, and entertaining read.
The author definitely impresses me with his apparent research and general knowledge of the subject matter and his characters, as well as his extraordinary storylines throughout the entire story. This type story is what each and every author strives to achieve, but not too many achieve.
I, most definitely recommend these great western adventures of Marshal Will Fain, as they are family oriented, as well as very heartwarming. Too, I was most definitely mesmerized by the fast action and the exciting descriptive episodes throughout the entire story. I am sure all other western folklore lovers will feel the same way!