Renegades review ↠ 103


  • Paperback
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  • Renegades
  • William W. Johnstone
  • English
  • 13 September 2019
  • 9780786015474

8 thoughts on “Renegades

  1. says:

    Released not long after Johnstone died and it gets confusing because his estate hid his dead for a few years so that they could keep pumping out ghostwritten books with his name on them a practice that they oddly continue even though everyone now knows that he is dead and has been so for 15 years now I am almost certain that he didn't write this one It isn't bad but it is a lot different from the normal Last Gunfighter books First of all Johnstone's signature way of pumping action into these by having a random person recognize Frank and want to uick draw him is absent here Also Johnstone always made frank really hesitant to draw on people but here he is wasting fools without a second thought This book is also slightly sexually graphic than the usual Johnstone Western Johnstone alludes to sex and rape often enough with a sly wink and a nod but here we are actually told about someone's stiff penis being forced into a woman's mouth Finally this series has always been pretty pulpy but this volume dials that up by including a lot of big battles and having Frank tangle with the mysterious masked bandit the Black Scorpion in a side plot that unfortunately fizzles out and is all but forgotten by the middle of the book So in the end this is missing some of Johnstone's usual tropes but is still firmly a turn your brain off and enjoy some Wild West pulp novel that this series is famous for


  2. says:

    This was published 12 years ago so i expected little from it Never heard of the author as most of my books are well over 50 years old It was not a book needing a lot of deep thought but it was pleasant reading The author seemed to think he had to have something happen EVERY few pages to keep the readers attention I do not need that but it was a fun days reading I think this is a great book for those who have a problem keeping their total attention to what they are reading A very good book for new readers of westerns I just ordered 40 books by this author on ebay


  3. says:

    An intriguing story of three warring factions along the border between the States and Mexico; the Texas Rangers the Black Scorpion gang and the Mexican Rurales All of which turn out to have their own agenda and that is to rob the ranchers on both sides of the border Frank Morgan knows nothing of this when he rides in but in the end he has to take charge and end it all A great read


  4. says:

    Bad Texas Rangers? Typical RuraliesJohnstone hit a home run with this tale Mixing good ? against bad ? keeps the reader guessing and thoroughly engrossed Lots of action and some romance mixed in Overall a wonderful book Action spreads from Texas to Mexico across the southern border


  5. says:

    Constant thrills no pauses for breath gunfights beatings chases Frank hasn't backup in him Horse Stormy and Dog fight when bandits attack both sides of Texas river border Who follows masked Black Scorpion? Roanne is one warm winter Typos 317 Stormy Dog IS Stormy Dog 59 bach IS back


  6. says:

    Great booksI enjoy all of the last gunfighter books I have all 23 of the books and this is the second reading of them I will read them again in the future


  7. says:

    I found this book to very exciting with lots of surprises Fascinating characters


  8. says:

    If you like westerns


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Renegades

Texas Rangers are struggling to bring law and order to the chaos But as the air is split by the sound of gunfire and men and women die Morgan starts to see a different picture and even comes face to face with the Black Scorpion h An intriguing story of three warring factions along the border between the States and Mexico; the Texas Rangers the Black Scorpion gang and the Mexican Rurales All of which turn out to have their own agenda and that is to rob the ranchers on both sides of the border Frank Morgan knows nothing of this when he rides in but in the end he has to take charge and end it all A great read

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Imself Suddenly amidst deep deceptions double crosses and secret liaisons the last gunfighter has become the next renegade And in this war Frank Morgan's worst enemies are wearing their own kind of masks and killing in plain sigh Great booksI enjoy all of the last gunfighter books I have all 23 of the books and this is the second reading of them I will read them again in the future

summary Renegades

On the border between Mexico and Texas Frank Morgan is caught between two warring ranchers men who speak different languages but share the same stubborn courage and are both being terrorized by a raider called the Black Scorpion Released not long after Johnstone died and it gets confusing because his estate hid his dead for a few years so that they could keep pumping out ghostwritten books with his name on them a practice that they oddly continue even though everyone now knows that he is dead and has been so for 15 years now I am almost certain that he didn't write this one It isn't bad but it is a lot different from the normal Last Gunfighter books First of all Johnstone's signature way of pumping action into these by having a random person recognize Frank and want to uick draw him is absent here Also Johnstone always made frank really hesitant to draw on people but here he is wasting fools without a second thought This book is also slightly sexually graphic than the usual Johnstone Western Johnstone alludes to sex and rape often enough with a sly wink and a nod but here we are actually told about someone's stiff penis being forced into a woman's mouth Finally this series has always been pretty pulpy but this volume dials that up by including a lot of big battles and having Frank tangle with the mysterious masked bandit the Black Scorpion in a side plot that unfortunately fizzles out and is all but forgotten by the middle of the book So in the end this is missing some of Johnstone's usual tropes but is still firmly a turn your brain off and enjoy some Wild West pulp novel that this series is famous for


About the Author: William W. Johnstone

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.