Book Reviews of Preacher's Fortune: The first Mountain Man (First Mountain Man)

Preacher's Fortune: The first Mountain Man (First Mountain Man)
Preacher's Fortune The first Mountain Man - First Mountain Man
Author: William W. Johnstone, Fred Austin
ISBN-13: 9780786016938
ISBN-10: 0786016930
Publication Date: 1/1/2006
Pages: 302
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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this is William W. Johnstone's latest book; we enjoyed it!
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Another in a series about the First mountain man. The preacher finally gets justice
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Their fight is his fight - the frontier is his battleground - and death is always on his trail. He helps a brother and sister to find a missing family fortune of gold and silver but just as he finds it, treasure hunters also find it and the bullets fly.
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My husband has been reading all the books that have come out and he likes this one for the facts that Preacher does not hit every time and is still learning. Then we meet a few others that are in the Mountain Man books. The dwarf Audie (without Lobo) and the very talkative Nighthawk make part of the fighting team. The fights are real sounding and where they are you can see what it looks like in your mind, the way a good book should do. If you like westerns you will like all of the ones that Bill wrote. The Last Mountain Man, The First Mountain man and the first 4 of the Eagles books have characters that crossover.
All I can say is read it and see what you think. Long Live Preacher, Smoke and Falcon and bye Jamie MaCallister Well "Fred Austin" is stepping into so big shoes. With the death of William Johnstone he is now doing a find job of writing the books now.
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He loves all the series of the mountain man