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Carry the Wind

Written by: Terry C. Johnston
Narrated by: Alex Boyles
Series: The Titus Bass Series, Book 4
Length: 30 hrs and 56 mins

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Young Josiah Paddock, on the run from his past in St. Louis, didn’t have much hope of survival. Winter was coming to the Rockies, and if the cold cutting through his city clothes didn’t kill him, grizzlies or Indians would. Then his luck turned. He stumbled across the trail of Ol’ Scratch, a solitary mountain man eager enough for company to take the brash youngster under his wing. 

Pure chance brought Paddock to the old trapper’s camp, but it was skill with a gun and a knife that kept them both alive as they rode deep into the majestic land of Blackfeet and Crow, bible-spouting pioneers, and sensual women where only the best and bravest survived...and only the luckiest rode back again. 

Carry the Wind is a gripping historical saga set in the Grand Tetons during a time when the horizon never ended and a nation was being born.

©1982 Terry C. Johnston (P)2020 Blackstone Publishing

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  • J. Dillman
  • 2020-10-12

Lots of twists and turns

If you enjoy westerns, you will be happy knowing that you have many hours to spend listening to the story of these trappers. The details are authentic and the reader, Alex Boyles, does a phenomenal job giving life to the voices of each of the characters. He smoothly switches his voice from gruff to tender, from southern accent to native tongue, making each character easily identifiable. I didn’t want the story to end. By the last chapter, I knew I would miss these characters.

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  • David
  • 2020-09-21

Excellent Read

Historically accurate for a fictional story. Exciting and thought provoking regarding the “feel” of the early west, Indians and the changes taking place. Highly recommended.