The Kelly Trail by Ralph Compton audiobook

The Kelly Trail

By Ralph Compton  and Terrence McCauley
Read by Brian Hutchison

Recorded Books Inc. 9781432880286

The Ralph Compton Novels

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In this new Ralph Compton Western, William “Bull” Kelly brings his five sons onto the cattle drive, but when rustlers stampede the herd and injure them, he’ll do anything to protect his own. Over the past twenty years, William “Bull” Kelly acquired a reputation as one of the best ramrods in Texas. He has led legendary cattle drives to almost every railhead in the middle of the country. Most impressive of all, he once drove his herd all the way up to Montana. But after years of working for other people, he decided to run cattle on his own, with his five sons. Everything starts off fine, but when a group of cattle thieves try to stampede the herd, some of Kelly’s sons are hurt in the melee. The rustlers quickly find out that Kelly isn’t called “Bull” because he insists on riding at the head of the herd. He’s called “Bull” because of his skill with the harsh whip coiled on his belt

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In this new Ralph Compton Western, William “Bull” Kelly brings his five sons onto the cattle drive, but when rustlers stampede the herd and injure them, he’ll do anything to protect his own. Over the past twenty years, William “Bull” Kelly acquired a reputation as one of the best ramrods in Texas. He has led legendary cattle drives to almost every railhead in the middle of the country. Most impressive of all, he once drove his herd all the way up to Montana. But after years of working for other people, he decided to run cattle on his own, with his five sons. Everything starts off fine, but when a group of cattle thieves try to stampede the herd, some of Kelly’s sons are hurt in the melee. The rustlers quickly find out that Kelly isn’t called “Bull” because he insists on riding at the head of the herd. He’s called “Bull” because of his skill with the harsh whip coiled on his belt

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Author Bio: Ralph Compton

Author Bio: Ralph Compton

Ralph Compton (1934–1998) stood six-foot-eight without his boots. His first novel in the Trail Drive series, The Goodnight Trail, was a finalist for the Western Writers of America Medicine Pipe Bearer Award for best debut novel. He was also the author of the Sundown Rider series and the Border Empire series. A native of St. Clair County, Alabama, Compton worked as a musician, a radio announcer, a songwriter, and a newspaper columnist before turning to writing westerns. A number of his later works also appeared on the USA Today bestseller list. Since his death, a number of works have been published under Compton’s byline, including The Alamosa Trail, Riders of Judgement, The Abilene Trail, The Bozeman Trail, and others.

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Author Bio: Terrence McCauley

Author Bio: Terrence McCauley

Terrence P. McCauley is an award-winning writer of crime fiction and thrillers. Terrence has had short stories featured in Thuglit, Spintetingler Magazine, Shotgun Honey, Big Pulp, and other publications. He is a member of the New York City chapter of the Mystery Writers of America, the International Thriller Writers, and the International Crime Writers Association. A proud native of the Bronx, NY, he is currently writing his next work of fiction.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Westerns
Runtime: 7.19
Audience: Adult
Language: English