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In the 1870s, as the country recovered from the War Between the States, the expansion of railroads and the discovery of gold opened the American west to both civilization and savagery. Men and women on both sides of the law were drawn by the chance to make a fortune, and there was often a big difference between Law and Justice. 

Into this whirlwind rode Nathan Stone, a man whose trail of vengeance gave him a reputation for speed with a gun. He tracked and killed the seven men who murdered his family after the war. Now, the first of those deaths has come back to haunt him. He finds unlikely friends among some of the famous gunfighters and adventurers who brought life - and death - to a land that once knew only the buffalo and the Indian. Only the strongest will survive The Killing Season.

Performed by Terence Aselford, Danny Gavigan, Thomas Keegan, Richard Rohan, Michael John Casey, Yasmin Tuazon, Christopher Graybill, David Coyne, Michael Glenn, Kimberly Gilbert, Jeff Allin, Scott McCormick, Dylan Lynch, Thomas Penny, James Lewis, Alexander Strain, Tim Carlin, Christopher Scheeren, Bradley Smith, Eric Messner, Elizabeth Jernigan, Tony Nam, Patrick Bussink, Bobby Aselford, Joe Brack, Johann Dettweiler, Ken Jackson, James Konicek, Nick DePinto, Drew Kopas, Alyssa Wilmoth, Nanette Savard, Mort Shelby.

©1996 Ralph Compton (P)2012 Graphic Audio, LLC

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  • janisha Carpenter
  • 28-02-21

Nailed it

If you're looking for an action-packed story will hang on to your saddle cuz this one to keep you on the edge of your seat like it so I purchased the second one and just purchase the one after that probably going to get the whole Nathan Stone Saga it's just that good