Forty Times a Killer! : A Novel of John Wesley Hardin Epub

Forty Times a Killer! : A Novel of John Wesley Hardin Epub
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  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Forty Times a Killer! : A Novel of John Wesley Hardin
  • William W. Johnstone
  • English
  • 08 December 2017
  • 0786033444

Forty Times a Killer! : A Novel of John Wesley Hardin[BOOKS] ✯ Forty Times a Killer! : A Novel of John Wesley Hardin By William W. Johnstone – Essayreview.co.uk First he became a killer Then he became a legend John Wesley Hardin was fifteen when he killed his first man Before his murderous ways ended, he d killed forty two men in cold blood one, the legend go First he became a killer Then he became a Killer! MOBI ð a legend John Wesley Hardin was fifteen when he killed his first man Before his murderous ways ended, he d Forty Times Epub / killed forty two men in cold blood one, the legend goes, for snoring From then on, Hardin stayed true to his calling, living a fever dream of lightning fast Times a Killer! MOBI õ draws and flying lead By seventeen, Hardin had a deadly reputation for killing that drew traitors, backstabbers, and wannabe gunslingers all for a chance to gun down the man who had turned killing into an all American legend.


About the Author: William W. Johnstone

William Wallace Johnstone was a prolific American author, a Killer! MOBI ð mostly of western, horror and survivalist novelsBorn and raised in southern Missouri, Johnstone was the youngest of four children His Forty Times Epub / father was a minister and his mother a school teacher He quit school when he was fifteen and worked in a carnival and as a deputy sheriff He later Times a Killer! MOBI õ served in the Army and, upon returning to civilian life, worked in radio broadcasting for yearsJohnstone started his writing career in , but did not have any works published until The Devil s Kiss and became a full time writer in He wrote close to two hundred books in numerous genres, including suspense and horror His main publication series were Mountain Man, The First Mountain Man, Ashes and Eagles and his own personal favorite novel was The Last of the Dog Team He also authored two novels under the pseudonym William MasonJohnstone had lived for many years in Shreveport, Louisiana, yet died in Knoxville, TN, at the age of J A Johnstone is continuing William W Johnstone s series.


10 thoughts on “Forty Times a Killer! : A Novel of John Wesley Hardin

  1. says:

    This was a very book about the life of the killer John Westly Harding through the eyes of his side kick Little Bit.

  2. says:

    Interesting read about a notorious, known gunman in Texas It was a little different, but interesting.

  3. says:

    I would give it 6 stars if I could Exceptional

  4. says:

    By way of background, I do not typically read westerns This one caught my eye and I m glad it did The author provides no cover for what he s doing here, much to the chagrin of some, myself included, but it appears he has chosen a fictional companion to spin tales around actual events in the life of Hardin He does so in quite an entertaining fashion The story reads as a series of episodes in Hardin s life I ll never know how much is fact and how much fiction, but it was a purty good tale, an By way of background, I do not typically read westerns This one caught my eye and I m glad it did The author provides no cover for what he s doing here, much to the chagrin of some, myself included, but it appears he has chosen a fictional companion to spin tales around actual events in the life of Hardin He does so in quite an entertaining fashion The story reads as a series of episodes in Hardin s life I ll never know how much is fact and how much fiction, but it was a purty good tale, and I enjoyed the setting, the rhetoric, and learning a touch about the old west

  5. says:

    Another well descriptive book from the Johnstone s Hardin s companion little bit tells the 40 killings by Hardin Little bit is a small cripple He not only describes Hardin from 17 to his death, but also describes in the book events how he was treated by others during this period after the civil war.

  6. says:

    Good read Not the greatest writing but entertaining nonetheless Interesting storyline told by Hardin s friend Little Bit Recommended Just bought , A dangerous man a novel of Bill Longely Looking forward to it.

  7. says:

    Western genre is not my cup of tea Repetitive, overly simplistic, predictable, filled with overused sayings, no real plot With its writing style, the whole thing reminds me of a cheap Harlequin romance Popular but utterly boring.

  8. says:

    Pure Western Entertainment This is pure western entertainment at its finest Once again William W Johnstone does not disappoint at all I m totally looking forward to reading the second book in this series

  9. says:

    I ve read books by William Johnstone before but this one was different Very well written by J.A Johnstone I am assuming William left the outlines and manuscripts behind after his death and they are being finished by J.A Johnstone.This book is reminiscent of McMurtry s Anything for Billy but with some historical accuracy and poetic license Much better than his recent The Last Kind Words Saloon Little Bit the narrator is a great character and his story was enough in itself to ma I ve read books by William Johnstone before but this one was different Very well written by J.A Johnstone I am assuming William left the outlines and manuscripts behind after his death and they are being finished by J.A Johnstone.This book is reminiscent of McMurtry s Anything for Billy but with some historical accuracy and poetic license Much better than his recent The Last Kind Words Saloon Little Bit the narrator is a great character and his story was enough in itself to make me want to read on The destructive nature of friendship is the true story here Being very familiar with Hardin s story, the ending was unique and was welcome rather then being overly familiar Recommend this one to any checking this review

  10. says:

    Well written with well rounded characters, this was a good read Little Bit the narrator was an intriguing character, his friendship with JWH was. without spoilers, a thing to behold I like the style of historical fact, mixed in with some of the author s flare for fiction I m still wishy washy on how I feel overall after reading this, as Hardin s character was a hard man to read.

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