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The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st CenturyIn the bestselling novels of William W. Johnstone, mountain man Smoke Jensen is a legend. Now, Johnstone presents the adventures of Smoke's long-lost brother Luke, who was reported killed during the Civil War. The war is over and Luke is very much alive, his soul forged by the violence he witnessed on the battlefields. His job The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st CenturyIn the bestselling novels of William W. Johnstone, mountain man Smoke Jensen is a legend. Now, Johnstone presents the adventures of Smoke's long-lost brother Luke, who was reported killed during the Civil War. The war is over and Luke is very much alive, his soul forged by the violence he witnessed on the battlefields. His job is now tracking down the worst outlaws--by any means necessary. Shoot To Kill--Or Die Trying Luke Jensen brings a body to Rio Rojo. After all, it's his job, and he's going to get paid. But before he can collect the bounty for killing a killer, two notorious criminals hit the Rio Rojo bank. Now Luke can't get paid unless he catches professional bandit Gunner Kelly and his Apache sidekick Dog Eater. Unfortunately, a would-be man hunter is after the money-toting outlaws, too, and young Hobie McCullough is mostly a menace to himself. With a green kid to protect, renegade Mexican soldiers, and a beautiful runaway bride crossing Luke's trail, the blood hunt takes one deadly detour after another. . .until Luke ends up smack dab in a nest-of-vipers outlaw hideout. There, he discovers the true identity of Gunner Kelly, what kind of ungodly terror he has planned, and just how dangerous being a bounty hunter can be. . .


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The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st CenturyIn the bestselling novels of William W. Johnstone, mountain man Smoke Jensen is a legend. Now, Johnstone presents the adventures of Smoke's long-lost brother Luke, who was reported killed during the Civil War. The war is over and Luke is very much alive, his soul forged by the violence he witnessed on the battlefields. His job The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st CenturyIn the bestselling novels of William W. Johnstone, mountain man Smoke Jensen is a legend. Now, Johnstone presents the adventures of Smoke's long-lost brother Luke, who was reported killed during the Civil War. The war is over and Luke is very much alive, his soul forged by the violence he witnessed on the battlefields. His job is now tracking down the worst outlaws--by any means necessary. Shoot To Kill--Or Die Trying Luke Jensen brings a body to Rio Rojo. After all, it's his job, and he's going to get paid. But before he can collect the bounty for killing a killer, two notorious criminals hit the Rio Rojo bank. Now Luke can't get paid unless he catches professional bandit Gunner Kelly and his Apache sidekick Dog Eater. Unfortunately, a would-be man hunter is after the money-toting outlaws, too, and young Hobie McCullough is mostly a menace to himself. With a green kid to protect, renegade Mexican soldiers, and a beautiful runaway bride crossing Luke's trail, the blood hunt takes one deadly detour after another. . .until Luke ends up smack dab in a nest-of-vipers outlaw hideout. There, he discovers the true identity of Gunner Kelly, what kind of ungodly terror he has planned, and just how dangerous being a bounty hunter can be. . .

30 review for Dead Shot

  1. 5 out of 5

    Glen

    Bounty hunter Luke Jensen brings a body into town for a reward, but the bank is robbed, and in order to get paid, he has to track down the bandits. A young fellow wants to tag along as a sidekick. On the journey, there's lots of shooting and riding, and they both learn something along the way. A very passable western. Bounty hunter Luke Jensen brings a body into town for a reward, but the bank is robbed, and in order to get paid, he has to track down the bandits. A young fellow wants to tag along as a sidekick. On the journey, there's lots of shooting and riding, and they both learn something along the way. A very passable western.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Lee Wood

    ALWAYS PREPARED Luke Jensen chasing two wanted men whose moral compass was nonexistent..Personally, I don't think they even had miniscule of humanity for their fellow man. Gunner Kelly and Dog Eater were known all over Texas for their scandalous behavior and ruthless attitude toward the law. There was a five thousand dollar bounty on them. They robbed a bank and murdered the owner, the widow put a another five thousand dollar bounty on the two. Big money 💰💰that Luke Jensen looked forward to earn. H ALWAYS PREPARED Luke Jensen chasing two wanted men whose moral compass was nonexistent..Personally, I don't think they even had miniscule of humanity for their fellow man. Gunner Kelly and Dog Eater were known all over Texas for their scandalous behavior and ruthless attitude toward the law. There was a five thousand dollar bounty on them. They robbed a bank and murdered the owner, the widow put a another five thousand dollar bounty on the two. Big money 💰💰that Luke Jensen looked forward to earn. He might take a trip to San Francisco, his favorite city on the West coast. Luke Jensen is like all the Jensens, they are fearless and accept what they have to do which is take care of business. So we'll say ride easy Luke Jensen, enjoy a nice hot cup of Arbuckle grind and your favorite author and but don't sit to close to your campfire, ya never know whose watching!!!! Paz Amigos 🍺

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rob Smith, Jr.

    Usually the second book in a new Johnstone Clan series takes a step down. Not in this case. This book takes a turn from the typical Johnstone romp into a more complex story where not all goes as planned and an intriguing story unfolds. The story starts with Jensen riding in to collect a bounty only to find the bank robbed and his bounty in the sacks. So he's got to get it back if he wants the dough. A couple of extras get wrapped into the chase and a great plot with lots of fun is presented. I r Usually the second book in a new Johnstone Clan series takes a step down. Not in this case. This book takes a turn from the typical Johnstone romp into a more complex story where not all goes as planned and an intriguing story unfolds. The story starts with Jensen riding in to collect a bounty only to find the bank robbed and his bounty in the sacks. So he's got to get it back if he wants the dough. A couple of extras get wrapped into the chase and a great plot with lots of fun is presented. I really like this approach of fun and adventure. The writing is a bit better than other Johnstone than the many dozen of Johnstone books I've read, as are the characters. The settings are written in usual fashion. Bottom line: I recommend this book. 9 out of 10 points.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Yalonda

    Again, I thoroughly enjoyed following Luke Jensen on his bounty hunting adventures. It has been so long since I have read and enjoyed what I consider to be a classic Western! We got several nods to Smoke and Preacher so I get the feeling that I could pick up any novel in the Smoke Jensen or Mountain Man or Family Jensen series and feel right at home. I enjoyed a deeper, more personal look into Luke but was pleased that he is still the rugged bounty hunter we met in Book 1. Be still my heart! I l Again, I thoroughly enjoyed following Luke Jensen on his bounty hunting adventures. It has been so long since I have read and enjoyed what I consider to be a classic Western! We got several nods to Smoke and Preacher so I get the feeling that I could pick up any novel in the Smoke Jensen or Mountain Man or Family Jensen series and feel right at home. I enjoyed a deeper, more personal look into Luke but was pleased that he is still the rugged bounty hunter we met in Book 1. Be still my heart! I like the ease with which I can engage in the story and just float along as Johnstone entertains me. I am already looking forward to Book 3!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    Outstanding action—classic old west—page-turning storyline The bounty Hunter starts after two killers who rob a bank and kill innocent and defenseless people inside just because they can. These two leave a faint trail and then nothing but a sense of direction and a few small clues allows the chase to continue. Excellent characters, authentic detail, plenty of surprises, ans well worth the time.

  6. 4 out of 5

    larry brashear

    Good Book! I really like this story as it enthralled me from start to finish. Another wonderful tale where good wins over evil.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Larry

    Great read, couldn't put the book down... Great read, couldn't put the book down...

  8. 5 out of 5

    Weisser

    Enjoyable Western in the vein of Zane Grey. Some redundant language and formulaic but not in a bad way.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Randy

    Luke Jensen delivers a bounty to the small town of Rio Rojo and is waiting on confirmation of his five thousand dollar reward when the bank is hit, cleaned out, by a pair of outlaws he recognizes as Gunner Kelly and his Apache partner, Dog Eater. He can't collect his reward unless he goes after it and they have money on their heads as well. And the owner of the bank offers Luke an extra five thousand to bring them back dead. And the money of course. Luke ends up being followed by a wet behind the Luke Jensen delivers a bounty to the small town of Rio Rojo and is waiting on confirmation of his five thousand dollar reward when the bank is hit, cleaned out, by a pair of outlaws he recognizes as Gunner Kelly and his Apache partner, Dog Eater. He can't collect his reward unless he goes after it and they have money on their heads as well. And the owner of the bank offers Luke an extra five thousand to bring them back dead. And the money of course. Luke ends up being followed by a wet behind the ears kid, Hobie McCullough, who wants to be a bounty hunter. Most of his time is spent trying to keep the kid alive, though he's obligated because the kid did save his life. The pair go through a series of adventures involving outlaw Mexican Rurales, a beautiful young redhead, with which Hobie becomes smitten, pursued by an outlaw gang, in running battles before his final confrontation. Liked this one and have an idea who the J. A. Johnstone is this time around.

  10. 5 out of 5

    PottWab Regional Library

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  11. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    Wish I had read them in order, but very good book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    James L. Lovrien

  13. 4 out of 5

    Frank

  14. 5 out of 5

    Tommy Sherer

  15. 5 out of 5

    Butch Mellom

  16. 5 out of 5

    Chip Newell

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jim Mosher

  18. 4 out of 5

    Brad Swadley

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ditto C Scruggs

  20. 5 out of 5

    William Crisp

  21. 5 out of 5

    Josh Witkowski

  22. 4 out of 5

    Chad Creager

  23. 4 out of 5

    Doug Churchill

  24. 4 out of 5

    Bill

  25. 4 out of 5

    sherine daley

  26. 5 out of 5

    Claudia

  27. 5 out of 5

    Judy C Allen

  28. 4 out of 5

    Monica

  29. 5 out of 5

    Myron Storing

  30. 4 out of 5

    RUBY BEATTY

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