Morgette and the Shadow Bomber

By Glenn G. Boyer
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7.62 Hours 04/28/2009 unabridged
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Dolf Morgette, legendary gunfighter and lawman of the Old West, is in Alaska when he first hears about a series of mysterious bombings in Pinebluff, Idaho. At first, it sounds like the bombings are being directed at mine owners, probably by disgruntled miners who are unhappy about recent cuts in wages. But when the danger threatens his family, Dolf must take matters into his own hands. Events turn perilous enough that he even appeals to his father-in-law, Chief Henry. If he can’t find a way to straighten things out fast, Dolf might get blown sky-high.

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Summary

Summary

Dolf Morgette, legendary gunfighter and lawman of the Old West, is in Alaska when he first hears about a series of mysterious bombings in Pinebluff, Idaho. At first, it sounds like the bombings are being directed at mine owners, probably by disgruntled miners who are unhappy about recent cuts in wages. But when the danger threatens his family, Dolf must take matters into his own hands. Events turn perilous enough that he even appeals to his father-in-law, Chief Henry. If he can’t find a way to straighten things out fast, Dolf might get blown sky-high.

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Editorial Reviews

“A story-telling talent reminiscent of such masters of the Old West as Zane Grey, Max Brand, and Louis L’Amour.” Midwest Book Review

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Author

Author Bio: Glenn G. Boyer

Glenn G. Boyer, born in Wisconsin, survived a twenty-two-year flying career following World War II, and retired in 1965 as a lieutenant colonel and command pilot. He immersed himself in researching and writing about frontier people and events. A lifelong friend of the family of Wyatt Earp, he wrote Suppressed Murder of Wyatt Earp at the Earp family’s request, in order to set the record straight. The book spurred interest in the Wyatt Earp legend and revived the town of Tombstone, Arizona. He also wrote I Married Wyatt Earp: The Recollections of Josephine Sarah Marcus Earp and Wyatt Earp's Tombstone Vendetta.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Westerns
Runtime: 7.62
Audience: Adult
Language: English