Hard Ride to Hell: The Family Jensen
William W. Johnstone & J. A. Johnstone
Pinnacle, 2013 (2013)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
f you are not yet tired of the formula adventures that have made this series so popular, here's the latest installment in the saga of the Jensens. Preacher, Smoke and Matt tackle a ruthless, retired military man who has turned railroad king.
moke Jensen and his adopted boy Matt are in Colorado when they are summoned to the Dakotas to assist Preacher, the legendary mountain man, who has vanished after attempting to assist an Indian friend whose granddaughter has been kidnapped. Now Preacher has gone missing and the rest of the family is determined to find their relative. While Matt seeks to infiltrate the Colonel's gang of gunmen, Smoke looks for clues in Hammerhead, one of the most corrupt towns in the territory.
here's plenty of action here as the Jensens join together to seek justice in an area where the six-gun speaks more effectively than the court system. Those who have followed this western family's frontier exploits know they totally fill the bill as consummate western action heroes. Handy with their fists and quick on the trigger, the Jensens are not a clan to be trifled with. Anyone who enjoys a good western yarn won't be disappointed if he or she chooses to saddle up and ride with Preacher, Smoke and Matt.
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