Across the Red : The Nations

  • by Ken Farmer, Buck Stienke
  • Narrated by Ken Farmer
  • Series: The Nations
  • 8 hrs and 19 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Between the Indian Nations and Texas lies an area on the south side of the Red River that was once the winter camp for the likes of the notorious guerrillas William Clarke Quantrill, Bloody Bill Anderson and later, the James Gang - known as Delaware Bend.
The same northeast portion of Cooke County, Texas, in 1896 was the center of a massive rustling operation by the Red River Gang.
Texas Ranger Bodie Hickman enlists the aid of Deputy United States Marshals Bass Reeves and Jack McGann to go undercover to end this scourge once and for all.
But, the Red River Gang slaughters a 16-man patrol of US Army soldiers to acquire a new weapon - a deadly Gatling Gun.
Bass and Jack add Marshal Brushy Bill Roberts and Chickasaw Lighthorse Osí Hommá and Bodie calls upon fellow Texas Ranger Walt Durbin, to bolster their forces against the gang.
Will it be enough when they have to face the awesome firepower of a 10-barrel Gatling Gun? Who's the mysterious person behind the massive rustling operation?
Find out in the exciting fourth novel in the award winning and best-selling Bass Reeves saga of The Nations - Across the Red.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 17-03-2015
  • Publisher: Timber Creek Press