Hard Way Out of Hell : The Confessions of Cole Younger

Johnny D. Boggs

Traber Burns (Narrator)

12-01-18

7hrs 34min

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Fiction/Westerns

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12-01-18

7hrs 34min

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/Westerns

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“One of the best Western writers at work today!” Publishers Weekly, praise for the author

In 1913, on the fiftieth anniversary of the Lawrence, Kansas, Massacre, former bushwhacker Cole Younger stands before a preacher at a tent revival.

“I was, I remain, and I will always be a wicked man,” Younger states, taking a step toward salvation. And for a man like Cole Younger, there is much to confess.

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“One of the best Western writers at work today!” Publishers Weekly, praise for the author

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Language English
Release Day Nov 30, 2018
Release Date December 1, 2018
Release Date Machine 1543622400
Imprint Blackstone Western
Provider Blackstone Publishing
Categories Black Friday Sale, Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Westerns, Literature & Fiction
Author Bio
Johnny D. Boggs

Johnny D. Boggs has worked cattle, been bucked off horses (breaking two ribs last time), shot rapids in a canoe, hiked across mountains and deserts, traipsed around ghost towns, and spent hours poring over microfilm in library archives—all in the name of finding a good story. He has won nine Spur Awards, making him the all-time leader in Western Writers of America’s history. He also writes for numerous magazines, including True West, Wild West, Boys’ Life, and Western Art & Architecture, speaks and lectures often, studies old Western and film noir movies, and is former newspaper journalist.

Narrator Bio
Traber Burns

Traber Burns worked for thirty-five years in regional theater, including the New York, Oregon, and Alabama Shakespeare festivals. He also spent five years in Los Angeles appearing in many television productions and commercials, including Lost, Close to Home, Without a Trace, Boston Legal, Grey’s Anatomy, Cold Case, Gilmore Girls, and others.

Overview

In 1913, on the fiftieth anniversary of the Lawrence, Kansas, Massacre, former bushwhacker Cole Younger stands before a preacher at a tent revival.

“I was, I remain, and I will always be a wicked man,” Younger states, taking a step toward salvation. And for a man like Cole Younger, there is much to confess.