Beyond Fort North

Peter Dawson

Jack Garrett (Narrator)

09-01-17

7hrs 31min

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Genre

Fiction/Westerns

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09-01-17

7hrs 31min

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/Westerns

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Dan Gentry’s military career lies trampled in the dust beside the arrow-pierced bodies of the men who served under him. Deliberately cloaking a dead lieutenant’s foolhardiness with his own silence, Dan Gentry is court-martialed and disgraced. An outcast, he finds pretty Faith Tipton, wounded and unconscious, the sole survivor of an Apache raid. In love with this girl, Dan tries to protect her from the sinister designs of greedy, furtive Caleb Ash—and Dan and Faith are plunged into a maelstrom of deadly perils as the ex-soldier becomes first the hunter, then the hunted.

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Language English
Release Date September 1, 2017
Release Date Machine 1504224000
Imprint Blackstone Western
Provider Blackstone Publishing
Author Bio
Peter Dawson

Peter Dawson is the pen name of author Jonathan Hurff Glidden, an American author born in Kewanee, Illinois. In his career as a Western author, he has published over a dozen Western novels and over 120 shorter works for the magazine market. His first novel, The Crimson Horseshow, won the 1941 Dodd, Mead Prize for Best Western of the Year.

Narrator Bio
Jack Garrett

Jack Garrett’s voice is immediately recognizable from his work in commercials and as a personality on radio stations in the West and Southwest. In addition to guest appearances on television, he has performed in dozens of theater productions on regional and New York stages, including Guys and Dolls, Hallelujah Breakdown, Prelude to a Kiss, Cast a Spell, and Bongo Fever.

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Dan Gentry’s military career lies trampled in the dust beside the arrow-pierced bodies of the men who served under him. Deliberately cloaking a dead lieutenant’s foolhardiness with his own silence, Dan Gentry is court-martialed and disgraced. An outcast, he finds pretty Faith Tipton, wounded and unconscious, the sole survivor of an Apache raid. In love with this girl, Dan tries to protect her from the sinister designs of greedy, furtive Caleb Ash—and Dan and Faith are plunged into a maelstrom of deadly perils as the ex-soldier becomes first the hunter, then the hunted.