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Rage of Eagles
Rage of Eagles
Author: William W. Johnstone
ISBN-13: 9780786005079
ISBN-10: 0786005076
Publication Date: 5/1/1998
Pages: 288
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Husband read this and really liked it!
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book was pretty good
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5th book in Rage of Eagle Series:
From back cover: Falcon MacCallister roams the West with a single-minded goal-swift justice for the man who ambushed his father. The relenteless search has turned the frontier into a hunting ground. And it has turned the hunter into a legend.

An adventure, a love story, an epic of courage, loyalty, honor, and betrayal. RAGE OF EAGLES plunges its hero into the harshness of the awakening West. From the opening shot of Wymoning's Johnson County War to the pursuit of his father's killers into the high country of Montanta, Falcon's daring quest will make him not only an eyewitness to history, but a hero in his own time.
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Good book - carries on "Eagle" series very well.
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From the back cover: "Jamie Ian and Kate MacCallister are together now, buried side by side on a ridge overlooking the huge Colorado valley they had settled and the town they had founded. It's up to their children now to carry on the MacCallister legacy. Falcon MacCallister is more than willing to take on that task. He's the spitting image of his father. Jamie. He stands six foot three and is heavy with muscle. Just like his father, Falcon is quick on the shoot. Lightning quick.
Now, after the cowardly murder of his father, Falcon is out for revenge against the Noonan gang. On his quest, he'll become embroiled in the deadly Wyoming Range Wars and face down the notorious Silver Dollar Kid, before coming face to face with Nance Noonan himself."