A Lone Star Christmas

A Lone Star Christmas by William W. Johnstone

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Smoke Jensen, Matt Jensen, Falcon And Duff Maccallister—Together For The First Time

They just wanted to get home for Christmas. . .but fate had other plans.

It`s December 1890. A Texas rancher named Big Jim Conyers has a deal with Scottish-born, Wyoming cattleman named Duff MacAllister. Along with Smoke and Matt Jensen, the party bears down on Dodge, Kansas, to make a cattle drive back to Forth Worth. But before they can get out of Dodge, guns go off and a rich man`s son is killed.

Soon the drive turns into a deadly pursuit, then a staggering series of clashes with bloodthirsty Indians and trigger-happy rustlers. And the worst is yet to come—the party rides into a devastating blizzard, a storm so fierce that their very survival is at stake.

From America`s greatest Western author, here is an epic tale of the unforgiving American frontier and how, amidst fierce storms of man and nature, miracles can still happen.

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William W. Johnstone

A book by William W. Johnstone

Country: USA Born: 1938-10-28 Died: 2004-02-08 Aliases: William Mason Full name - William Wallace Johnstone. William W.

Johnstone is an American writer born in Missouri on October 28, 1938. He grew up in a wealthy family, his father worked as a government official, his mother was a teacher. After serving in the army, William worked for 16 years in radio. And from the beginning of the 70s he began to publish and gained fame as the author of numerous Westerns. Among his works there are novels written in the genre of science fiction and horror, for example, his only book published in Russia, the mystical "Children`s Games" (1993). Johnstone died on February 8, 2004 at the age of 65 in Shreveport, Louisiana. He authored about two hundred novels, which are still being reprinted and published, thanks to his wife and co-author J.E.

Johnstone. William Johnstone about himself: Many years ago, when I was just a boy, my father told me: "Bill, it doesn`t matter what you do in life, the only thing that matters is to be the best William Johnstone." I have never forgotten these words. And now, many years later, having written about two hundred books, I like to think that I am still trying to be the best William Johnstone. I want and try to make each new book better than the previous one and to present a well-told story to my readers. It is important for me to create such types of characters and behavior that can be identified with someone, to recognize in them real people who are faced with problems. If one of my characters destroys an enemy in the middle of the book, you can be sure that there are clear reasons for this. My job as a storyteller is to entertain you, my readers, and be completely confident that you enjoy my books as you paid your hard-earned money for. This is not just a job that I do. I really appreciate the feedback from the readers. You are my gold, your opinion is really important to me. Official website: www.williamjohnstone.net

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Country: USA Born: 1938-10-28 Died: 2004-02-08 Aliases: William Mason Full name - William Wallace Johnstone. William W. Johnstone is an American writer born in Missouri on October 28, 1938. He grew up in a wealthy family, his father worked as a government official, his mother was a teacher. After serving in the army, William worked for 16 years in radio. And from the beginning of the 70s he began to publish and gained fame as the author of numerous Westerns. Among his works there are novels written in the genre of science fiction and horror, for example, his only book published in Russia, the mystical "Children`s Games" (1993). Johnstone died on February 8, 2004 at the age of 65 in Shreveport, Louisiana. He authored about two hundred novels, which are still being reprinted and published, thanks to his wife and co-author J.E. Johnstone. William Johnstone about himself: Many years ago, when I was just a boy, my father told me: "Bill, it doesn`t matter what you do in life, the only thing that matters is to be the best William Johnstone." I have never forgotten these words. And now, many years later, having written about two hundred books, I like to think that I am still trying to be the best William Johnstone. I want and try to make each new book better than the previous one and to present a well-told story to my readers. It is important for me to create such types of characters and behavior that can be identified with someone, to recognize in them real people who are faced with problems. If one of my characters destroys an enemy in the middle of the book, you can be sure that there are clear reasons for this. My job as a storyteller is to entertain you, my readers, and be completely confident that you enjoy my books as you paid your hard-earned money for. This is not just a job that I do. I really appreciate the feedback from the readers. You are my gold, your opinion is really important to me. Official website: www.williamjohnstone.net