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He loves two things, the Big Horn Ranch and his woman… these outlaws want to take both. Noah Drake wants a simple life free from his burdensome past. Big Horn Ranch is the chance he’s been waiting for. But… the outlaws who have been hunting him aren’t ready to give up. Jake Ford is dangerous. He likes to shoot first and ask questions later. And he’s vowed to take his rev He loves two things, the Big Horn Ranch and his woman… these outlaws want to take both. Noah Drake wants a simple life free from his burdensome past. Big Horn Ranch is the chance he’s been waiting for. But… the outlaws who have been hunting him aren’t ready to give up. Jake Ford is dangerous. He likes to shoot first and ask questions later. And he’s vowed to take his revenge against Noah for killing his brother. Noah did what was right. He defended his love. He saved an entire town from destruction. But… justice comes with a price. When the smoke cleared and evil lay dead, Mary was gone. She couldn’t take it. So she left, taking her secrets with her. But Jake’s back, and he’s found her. The more pain he causes Mary, the happier he’ll be. Noah must stop Jake before he succeeds in destroying everything. He must kill Jake before he kills everyone Noah cares about. But it won’t be easy. Jake’s not alone, and his men are eager for a shootout. Can Noah stop pure evil from taking over? Or has he already lost the battle?


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He loves two things, the Big Horn Ranch and his woman… these outlaws want to take both. Noah Drake wants a simple life free from his burdensome past. Big Horn Ranch is the chance he’s been waiting for. But… the outlaws who have been hunting him aren’t ready to give up. Jake Ford is dangerous. He likes to shoot first and ask questions later. And he’s vowed to take his rev He loves two things, the Big Horn Ranch and his woman… these outlaws want to take both. Noah Drake wants a simple life free from his burdensome past. Big Horn Ranch is the chance he’s been waiting for. But… the outlaws who have been hunting him aren’t ready to give up. Jake Ford is dangerous. He likes to shoot first and ask questions later. And he’s vowed to take his revenge against Noah for killing his brother. Noah did what was right. He defended his love. He saved an entire town from destruction. But… justice comes with a price. When the smoke cleared and evil lay dead, Mary was gone. She couldn’t take it. So she left, taking her secrets with her. But Jake’s back, and he’s found her. The more pain he causes Mary, the happier he’ll be. Noah must stop Jake before he succeeds in destroying everything. He must kill Jake before he kills everyone Noah cares about. But it won’t be easy. Jake’s not alone, and his men are eager for a shootout. Can Noah stop pure evil from taking over? Or has he already lost the battle?

30 review for A Rancher’s Justice (The Texas Riders Western) (A Western Frontier Fiction)

  1. 5 out of 5

    John Shearer

    A Ranchers Justice This was a good read that just doesn't give you the opportunity to try to take a break from it, there's always something happening and you don't know which way . A Ranchers Justice This was a good read that just doesn't give you the opportunity to try to take a break from it, there's always something happening and you don't know which way .

  2. 5 out of 5

    Charles Castell

    Another exciting episode that definitely relates to what most of us consider to be realistic old American western folklore. The excitement never ceases throughout the entire book, and the compassionate camaraderie of the old guys is unsurpassed! Definitely another five star masterpiece by a very outstanding prolific western adventures author. Noah, Dusty, and crew, certainly provides enough suspenseful moments throughout the entire story to appease anyone's expectations, regardless how tough the Another exciting episode that definitely relates to what most of us consider to be realistic old American western folklore. The excitement never ceases throughout the entire book, and the compassionate camaraderie of the old guys is unsurpassed! Definitely another five star masterpiece by a very outstanding prolific western adventures author. Noah, Dusty, and crew, certainly provides enough suspenseful moments throughout the entire story to appease anyone's expectations, regardless how tough the adversaries are. There are enough gunfights to satisfy your every whim, and the character selections certainly were outstandingly selected for their commanding assignments. The storylines were perfectly descriptive renditions of our great American folklore extravaganzas, that were indicative of how the old American West was finally conquered! Outstanding camaraderie by the good guys, who had to go above and beyond anyone's comprehension to bring peace and justice for all. There are romantic interludes to pacify your undivided attention, and the heartwarming experiences throughout this compelling story takes a backseat to no one Definitely recommend this compassionately western masterpiece to all of you, regardless of your reading pleasure. Yes, even you non-western readers will be completely engrossed from beginning to end! To not read this book, and the entire heartwarming series, will definitely be your loss!!😀

  3. 5 out of 5

    Terrill D.

    Classic Western Fiction at Its Best! – Reminiscent of Louis L’Amour’s Early Pulp Fiction Writing With the release of “A Rancher’s Justice” I’ve now read all of the offerings by author Joseph Powell, and I can only say he just keeps getting “better and better”. The storyline is such that it “grabs” you and holds you, page after page, and at the end leaves you wanting “MORE”. I’ve made the statement that “A Rancher’s Justice” reminds me of the early pulp fiction works of that “Master Story Teller” Classic Western Fiction at Its Best! – Reminiscent of Louis L’Amour’s Early Pulp Fiction Writing With the release of “A Rancher’s Justice” I’ve now read all of the offerings by author Joseph Powell, and I can only say he just keeps getting “better and better”. The storyline is such that it “grabs” you and holds you, page after page, and at the end leaves you wanting “MORE”. I’ve made the statement that “A Rancher’s Justice” reminds me of the early pulp fiction works of that “Master Story Teller” Louis L’Amour here is why I say this. Mr. Powell’s books (all of them) like Louis L’Amour’s will appeal to readers of “all ages”. They are not laced throughout with “profanity” and “explicit sex”, nor were Mr. L’Amour’s. They are thrilling, and in some cases “suspenseful” and difficult to put down. They are books that can be reread and bring out the “cowboy” and/or “cowgirl” in all who read them. They are, simply put, enjoyable, and I highly recommend them. Thank you Mr. Joseph Powell for another trip back to days when things were much more straight forward, and when even the “villains” had some “morality”.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Heather Connolly

    Read Them All I have read all the books in the series. The stories and characters were fairly interesting. But, the editing disappointed me through all the books. Sentence were repeated several times when they did not fit in the second insert and other times crucial words were missing. Sometimes, a character would change names in the middle of a scene. On the plus side - situations were plausible and even graphic portions were depicted tastefully. I quickly got bored with the minute details abou Read Them All I have read all the books in the series. The stories and characters were fairly interesting. But, the editing disappointed me through all the books. Sentence were repeated several times when they did not fit in the second insert and other times crucial words were missing. Sometimes, a character would change names in the middle of a scene. On the plus side - situations were plausible and even graphic portions were depicted tastefully. I quickly got bored with the minute details about the different kinds of weapons used by each character. I guess that appeals to some western fans, though.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Gloria DeGeare

    Even in tough times, Justice still Wins One can have vengeance without justice; but justice can be more satisfying in the long run. To keep one's integrity, choosing justice over vengeance, is challenging even for lawmen, and, men committed to fight for and follow it. Mr Powell takes you into the story early, has you rooting for the good guys, wondering what about this character, and that, that.you become a part of the story; another wonderful one that makes me wish I knew these men, or today, wh Even in tough times, Justice still Wins One can have vengeance without justice; but justice can be more satisfying in the long run. To keep one's integrity, choosing justice over vengeance, is challenging even for lawmen, and, men committed to fight for and follow it. Mr Powell takes you into the story early, has you rooting for the good guys, wondering what about this character, and that, that.you become a part of the story; another wonderful one that makes me wish I knew these men, or today, where to find one :)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    Exciting with lots of action and a bit of love. Noah is a very good man. He works hard and has been a very successful person in helping friends and strangers when needed to fight for what is right. Mary has been living with a secret since she was 16. She let it destroy her and the man she loves and will never forget. An enemy of Noah's is coming and out for his life. This book is hard to put down same with any of the books of this series. There is a bit of violence like you are there. Give this a Exciting with lots of action and a bit of love. Noah is a very good man. He works hard and has been a very successful person in helping friends and strangers when needed to fight for what is right. Mary has been living with a secret since she was 16. She let it destroy her and the man she loves and will never forget. An enemy of Noah's is coming and out for his life. This book is hard to put down same with any of the books of this series. There is a bit of violence like you are there. Give this a chance and enjoy.

  7. 5 out of 5

    D. E.

    A JP Western Action Adventure (ARJ) (TTRW) (AWFF) JP has penned a western about a man who works at a ranch when he meets a woman and grows to live her. He rescues her and another woman from a gang killing one of the bad brothers and wounded the other who escapes. The woman say no to a proposal and he leaves, finds work at another ranch. He helps the owner and helps arrest have of the work crew, locates his old flame, only to have the other brother, a bank robber return. This is an excellent read A JP Western Action Adventure (ARJ) (TTRW) (AWFF) JP has penned a western about a man who works at a ranch when he meets a woman and grows to live her. He rescues her and another woman from a gang killing one of the bad brothers and wounded the other who escapes. The woman say no to a proposal and he leaves, finds work at another ranch. He helps the owner and helps arrest have of the work crew, locates his old flame, only to have the other brother, a bank robber return. This is an excellent read for the genre.....DEHS

  8. 4 out of 5

    Darlene Hanna

    What's a town to do when robbers take over a town.? Trust, love, heartache, courage and help where you least expect it. I love western books and this one doesn't dissapoint. This is a must read book. One of the best I have read. What's a town to do when robbers take over a town.? Trust, love, heartache, courage and help where you least expect it. I love western books and this one doesn't dissapoint. This is a must read book. One of the best I have read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Virginia VanSaders

    This is a story about Noah and Mary. This book consists of mostly all action, and a bit of love. It does keep you on edge throughout it all. It does hold your interest to see what happens next.I recommend this book as a good read.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Review I don't know how to write about this book, I like a good story and this is a pretty good story and brings out just how mankind can be, but I don't like it that every person can have head shots Review I don't know how to write about this book, I like a good story and this is a pretty good story and brings out just how mankind can be, but I don't like it that every person can have head shots

  11. 5 out of 5

    LUAYNE

    4 stars Great story. Strong characters. Plenty of action. Shoot outs were gory. Would be a five but hero missed too many shots and took too long to end bad guys. Also funky chapter numbering.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Joyce Kirkwood

    Good, but! How many times can you take someone hostage? I've had enough of taking the same woman hostage. I'm sure in the next books she'll be taken again. Too bad. Just kill her and get it over with. Good, but! How many times can you take someone hostage? I've had enough of taking the same woman hostage. I'm sure in the next books she'll be taken again. Too bad. Just kill her and get it over with.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Carol Duckett French

    Great Read Larger-than-life heroes are the main characters in this book, along with a fierce villain. A brave but misguided woman is the love interest, which makes for a great story.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Connie S. Koog

    A Rancher's Justice: I enjoyed reading this book and I was impressed with your writing talents. I will be looking forward to reading more of your work. A Rancher's Justice: I enjoyed reading this book and I was impressed with your writing talents. I will be looking forward to reading more of your work.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Charlene

    If you love westerns you will enjoy this story! lots of twists and turns and complex interesting characters. Good story.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Deral

    Not as good as usual Poorly thought out. Usually better written. Good characters with poor action plans. Seems to be written without rational thought .

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mary Jane McLeod

    Great Western Series Another good book in a good Western series. I enjoyed Noah and Mary's story and look forward to more books in the series. Great Western Series Another good book in a good Western series. I enjoyed Noah and Mary's story and look forward to more books in the series.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Deanna Stevens

    Jake is back! He's out for revenge! Rough justice on both sides made for a wild ride into the Old West on this one! Jake is back! He's out for revenge! Rough justice on both sides made for a wild ride into the Old West on this one!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Karen Geurts

    I enjoyed this story from start to finish! Good storylines and great characters. So easy to follow and get wrapped up in.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sherry Forsgren

  21. 4 out of 5

    Manon McManus

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mark Woehler

  23. 4 out of 5

    Linda

  24. 4 out of 5

    Katherine

  25. 5 out of 5

    nan barsheff

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mary E Denny

  27. 4 out of 5

    dennis stahlecker

  28. 5 out of 5

    mark schlenvogt

  29. 5 out of 5

    Connie Keeling

  30. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Rogers

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