Ride the Man Down

By Bill Brooks

Read by Eric G. Dove

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John Henry Cole, working as a deputy US marshal out of Judge Isaac Parker’s court in Fort Smith, Arkansas, was on assignment in the Indian Nations when he was shot and seriously injured. Now, fifteen years later, employed as a deputy for Judge Roy Bean in Texas, Cole receives a personal summons from Judge Parker to appear in his court within thirty days. Cole isn’t inclined to go, but he knows whatever’s on Judge Parker’s mind is serious and decides he has to go.

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Runtime

6h 35m

Release

11/28/17

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/Westerns

Runtime

6h 35m

Release

11/28/17

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/Westerns

Description

John Henry Cole, working as a deputy US marshal out of Judge Isaac Parker’s court in Fort Smith, Arkansas, was on assignment in the Indian Nations when he was shot and seriously injured. Now, fifteen years later, employed as a deputy for Judge Roy Bean in Texas, Cole receives a personal summons from Judge Parker to appear in his court within thirty days. Cole isn’t inclined to go, but he knows whatever’s on Judge Parker’s mind is serious and decides he has to go.

Praise

“Fine work in the Western tradition.” Booklist

Bill Brooks

Author Biography

Bill Brooks is the author of more than twenty novels, including the critically acclaimed Stone Garden, Bonnie & Clyde, and Pretty Boy. He works as a writing instructor and has taught workshops at the Chautauqua Institution, Authors of the Flathead, Pikes Peak Writers Conference, North Carolina Literary Mountain Festival, and many others. He currently lives in northeast Indiana.