Apache Ransom

By Clay Fisher

Read by Armando Durán

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All Ben Allison wants in El Paso is to buy a horse. But after the sale falls through, he runs into an old acquaintance and agrees to escort her son home to his father. But Ben is late and misses the stagecoach, and when it’s attacked by Apaches, the boy is kidnapped because Ben wasn’t there to protect him. Will he be able to fix the mess he never intended to be a part of in the first place?

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Runtime

7h 2m

Release

12-01-18

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Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/Westerns

Runtime

7h 2m

Release

12-01-18

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/Westerns

Description

All Ben Allison wants in El Paso is to buy a horse. But after the sale falls through, he runs into an old acquaintance and agrees to escort her son home to his father. But Ben is late and misses the stagecoach, and when it’s attacked by Apaches, the boy is kidnapped because Ben wasn’t there to protect him. Will he be able to fix the mess he never intended to be a part of in the first place?

Praise

“The most critically acclaimed Western writer of this or any other time!” Loren D. Estleman, five-time recipient of the Spur Award, praise for the author

Henry Wilson Allen

Author Biography

Henry Wilson Allen (1912–1991), also known as Will Henry and Clay Fisher, was a prolific author of Western fiction. Born in Kansas City, Missouri, he worked as a stable hand and gold miner before becoming a full-time writer. He wrote more than fifty novels, including eight that were made into feature films. He is a five-time recipient of the Golden Spur Award and a recipient of the Levi Strauss Award for lifetime achievement.

Armando Durán

Narrator Biography

Armando Durán has appeared in films, television, and regional theaters throughout the West Coast. For the last decade he has been a member of the resident acting company at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. In 2009 he was named by AudioFile as Best Voice in Biography and History for his narration of Che Guevara. A native Californian, he divides his time between Los Angeles and Ashland, Oregon.