Panhandle by Brett Cogburn audiobook

Panhandle

By Brett Cogburn
Read by James Jenner

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11.46 Hours 1
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The great-grandson of iconic Old West hero Rooster Cogburn, acclaimed author Brett Cogburn delivers Panhandle, a novel of the Texas frontier. Cowboys Nate Reynolds and Billy Champion, one a well-to-do young man and the other a stubborn troublemaker, couldn't be more different -- yet that doesn't stop them from becoming friends. Determined to rid the frontier of the violent men who kill innocents without hesitation, they soon learn that playing hero can be deadly business.

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Summary

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The great-grandson of iconic Old West hero Rooster Cogburn, acclaimed author Brett Cogburn delivers Panhandle, a novel of the Texas frontier. Cowboys Nate Reynolds and Billy Champion, one a well-to-do young man and the other a stubborn troublemaker, couldn't be more different -- yet that doesn't stop them from becoming friends. Determined to rid the frontier of the violent men who kill innocents without hesitation, they soon learn that playing hero can be deadly business.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Cogburn’s research helps lend the novel an authentic feel that even those not familiar with the period’s history can appreciate…While Panhandle delivers its share of action, it is primarily character-driven…Everyone contributes their share to Cogburn’s illustration of the human condition.” Oklahoma Gazette
“Nate Rawlins and Billy Champion set out to conquer the untamed Texas Panhandle of the 1880s the only way they know how: driving cattle, breaking horses, and doing a little drinking and gambling. There’s an earthy realism and attention to detail in this first novel that sets it apart…[Brett Cogburn] has a deft ear for planting emotion and honesty in his rhythmic cowboy dialogue.” AudioFile

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Author Bio: Brett Cogburn

Author Bio: Brett Cogburn

Brett Cogburn was reared in Texas and the mountains of southeastern Oklahoma. He was fortunate enough for many years to make his living from the back of a horse, where on cold mornings cowboys still straddled frisky broncs and dragged calves to the branding fire on the end of a rope from their saddle horns. Some folks are just born to tell tall tales. Growing up around ranches, livestock auctions, and backwoods hunting camps filled his head with stories, and he never forgot a one. In his own words: “My grandfather taught me to ride a bucking horse, my mother gave me a love of reading, and my father taught me how to hunt my own meat and shoot straight. Cowboys are just as wild as they ever were, and I’ve been damn lucky to have known more than a few.” The West is still teaching him how to write.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, CD
Category: Fiction/Westerns
Runtime: 11.46
Audience: Adult
Language: English