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by Sigmund Brouwer

Thunder Voice (Sam Keaton: Legend of Laramie, 4) download ebook
ISBN:
0764223682
ISBN13:
978-0764223686
Author:
Sigmund Brouwer
Publisher:
Bethany House Pub (January 1, 2001)
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298 pages
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1752 kb
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Rating:
4.4

2000) (The fourth book in the Sam Keaton: Legend of Laramie series) A novel by Sigmund Brouwer. Science Fiction Fantasy Horror Urban Fantasy Paranormal Romance Young Adult Fantasy.

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Book in the Sam Keaton: Legends of Laramie Series). The town drunk's death is no surprise to Sam Keaton, until two Texas Rangers and the man's niece arrive and begin asking questions-leading Sam to realize that there is a large inheritance at stake, but he must be careful of his own life as he pursues what he now believes is a murder case.

Thunder Voice (Sam Keaton: Legend of Laramie, 4) by Sigmund Brouwer. Sigmund Brouwer has written another great book. Samuel Keaton's world is enhanced by the introduction of Doc and Jake

Thunder Voice (Sam Keaton: Legend of Laramie, 4) by Sigmund Brouwer. 4). Evening Star (Sam Keaton:Legends of Laramie, 1) by Sigmund Brouwer. Sun Dance (Sam Keaton: Legend of Laramie, 3) by Sigmund Brouwer. Double Helix by Sigmund Brouwer. Out of the Shadows (Nick Barrett Mystery Series by Sigmund Brouwer. Samuel Keaton's world is enhanced by the introduction of Doc and Jake. The mystery is very engaging and the writing style is relaxed, inviting the reader to sit back and enjoy. I highly recommend this entertaining mystery, originally released as "Moon Basket.

Sam Keaton: Legend of Laramie, 4. English. By (author) Sigmund Brouwer.

Sigmund Brouwer, Sigmund Brouwer was born in Central Alberta to Dutch immigrant parents. The first book he published was entitled, "Accidental Detectives," aimed at youth fiction. He is best known for his adult fiction novel, "Double Helix," published in 1995. Brouwer teaches writing courses at Red Deer College and is on the Board of Directors of the Red Deer College Press. He has taught mystery writing seminars and in 1993, co-founded The Young Writer's Institute to encourage today's youth to follow their dreams of a career in writing.

From Sigmund Brouwer's Sam Keaton mysteries, set in the Wild West: The town . Thunder Voice - Sigmund Brouwer. A war party large enough to threaten Laramie would never undergo the effort and danger of traveling this far south from the Little Bighorn.

From Sigmund Brouwer's Sam Keaton mysteries, set in the Wild West: The town drunk's death is no surprise to Sam Keaton, until two Texas Rangers and the man's niece arrive and begin asking questions-leading Sam to realize that there is a large inheritance at stake, but he must be careful of his own life as he pursues.

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The town drunk's death is no surprise to Sam Keaton, until two Texas Rangers and the man's niece arrive and begin asking questions--leading Sam to realize that there is a large inheritance at stake, but he must be careful of his own life as he pursues what he now believes is a murder case. Original.
Reviews:
  • Naril
It's been a year since the events of Sun Dance, the last book in this fine series. Samuel Keaton has stayed off the bottle and tried to get on with his life, but it hasn't been easy. But then two Texas Rangers show up looking for a man brutally murdered in January. Instead of answering Sam's questions, they try to kill him. A beautiful woman also shows up, claiming a connection between the dead man and the death of her sister. Hardly trusting her, Sam follows the trail to Pennsylvania, where his life is in danger around every turn. Can he stay alive long enough to sort through all the clues and reach the right conclusion?
This book had me hooked from the moment I picked it up. Every time you get one answer, it leaves you with more questions. Sam, his friends, and their world are so realistic, that it draws you right in. I must disagree with the previous reviewer because I didn't feel the ending was rushed at all but reached a logical and fulfilling conclusion. And the epilogue tying up Sam's personal life left me smiling for hours.
This series is must reading. I plan on rereading these books many times over the years to come.
  • Mave
A good enjoyable series
  • Andromathris
I owned this series several years ago and donated it to a resale bookstore. I had read it twice. Decided I wanted to read it again and found it at Amazon. It's as good the third time around. Wish Sigmund Brouwer would write some more westerns.
  • Rollers from Abdun
Excellent finish to the series.
  • Ttexav
In excellent condition. Good story line, with the reality of life's difficulties and joys. Good history. Able to stand on its own withoutthe series, but best read in sequence
  • Trash Obsession
In the murder mysteries of Sam Keaton of Laramie, once again there is a murder and no suspect. In the shadow of the slaughter of Custer and his troop at Little Big Horn, Marshal Keaton wants to know why 2 Texas Rangers are asking about a dead man, why a wealth widow woman has come to town and why someone wants the Marshal dead. In this saga, Keaton travels to Pennsylvania to find the pieces of this puzzle. He is beaten, nearly drowned in whiskey by his abductor, rescued from a stampede, shot at all the while avoiding the seduction of the wealthy widow, and pining for his love, Rebecca, who is with the Sioux. Finally, Sam learns some answers from a elderly lady at an orphanage and is able to pin the murder of a man in Lamarie to the twin brother. But the lawyer and the widow woman were not innocent. Many people were murdered who got in the way. The widow asked the Marshal why he did not fear death. His reply," Death is the end of a long journey. Home. To God. If death has a reason, life has a reason. There is strength in knowing both. And when you think of passing through the curtain into eternity beyond, it puts life into perspective."

The Marshal is glad to put this case behind him and return to Laramie. There he learns that Rebecca had been looking for him. He leaves immediately to find her never to let her go again.

This is a must read book for the conclusion to the previous books in this series. I am facinated the way the author is able to weave such mystery and action together in this western series.
  • Gaxaisvem
To start out on my soapbox, I would like to say that whoever wrote the summary on the back of this book should be shot. They should be shot after they are forced to actually read the book. The back has nothing to do with the book.
Okay, got that out of the way.
This was another Ghost Rider romp from Sigmund Brouwer's fine pen. The western aspects again were excellent and historically accurate. The mystery was good, although easier to figure out as a reader than the previous Ghost Rider books. I did like the fact that Sam gets out of Wyoming and heads to a different state to uncover another mystery and more attempts on his life.
I cannot say too much without giving away the entire plot. So I won't. I will add my one criticism of this book: Brouwer wraps this one up much too quickly. It seems that he ran out of space in the book and had to quit with the whole thing in 10 pages. Quick! Explain the mystery, sort out the characters, get home, and add a happy ending! The ending was too abrupt and too unsatisfactory.
So, all together, this was a good book of a great series. I recommend the entire Ghost Rider series.