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Blood Valley
2 : Six Ways From Sunday

by William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone
May 1, 2012
6 Hours
Ages 13+
Cotton Pickens, the unforgettable hero of William Johnstone's classic Blood Valley, returns in a tale of a lawless Montana mining district, a 16-year-old widow and a man who always finds new ways of laying down the law...

Cotton Pickens' parents had a cussed sense of humor, but there's nothing funny about the way the man can draw a gun. Now he's in the middle of a mining camp district slowly being crushed under the iron fist of another misnamed, hardheaded fellow, Carter Scruples. With Cotton facing off against Scruples, a beautiful young woman caught in-between and a band of outlaws living high and mighty in a dry-docked Pullman Palace Car, the town of Swamp Creek is surely going to get blown sky high. And when time comes to put the pieces back together again-Cotton will do his picking one bullet at a time...

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Ken Jackson, Joel David Santner, Terence Aselford, David Coyne, Tracy Olivera, Barbara Pinolini, Mort Shelby, Drew Kopas, Kimberly Gilbert, Christopher Graybill, Gary Telles, Daniel Gavigan, Eric Messner, Christopher Scheeren, Richard Rohan and Patrick Bussink
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Timothy Lynch
Dialogue Editors Allison Thomas
Sound Designers Allison Thomas and Duane Beeman
Additional Original Music Johann Detweiller and Bryan Patton
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Somewhat good by Wayne (Posted on 12/30/2014)
I liked this story. I think it was funnier than the first but did seem kinda ridiculous. Cotton can't win. He's always getting beat up. The ending was almost not even believable.
#2 Six Ways from Sunday by UVONNA (Posted on 12/11/2014)
love love love cotton pickens
The full-cast production, led expertly by Ken Jackson, is a treat, even for those who've never tried a Western. by AudioFile Magazine (Posted on 8/21/2013)
Cotton Pickens is resuming where he left off in Blood Valley. However, he's left behind his duties as sheriff to try his hand at mining for gold. The full-cast production, led expertly by Ken Jackson, is a treat, even for those who've never tried a Western. The humor is infectious, characters are appealing and realistic, and sound effects add to the boisterous atmosphere. Johnstone's story and dialogue—involving crooks who are are buying up mines and destroying the lives of miners and their families—are well presented. The villain lives in a Pullman Palace car and is called Carter Scruples, and Cotton Pickens takes him on. A fun listen. S.G.B. © AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine
Review by Johnny Tai (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Unlike the first book, this one is surprisingly good- actually, it drifts between amazing and ridiculously stupid- Cotton seems almost retarded at times, so are the bad guys.

But over all, this is real nice, great acting, great arrangements, and a twisting, flowing story that have our hero actually take the low roads several times rather then just outgunning, outmuscling everyone opposing him.

Strange though, those who read book one will notice that the description of Cotton has changed drastically- in book 2, he's skinny, not overly strong, and in book 1, he came across as Johnston's usual tougher than everyone superhero type.

I honestly like this second version better- since it makes the story more interesting.

Just wish he's not so dumb though lol.
Review by Henry Sapp (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Spoiler Alert!!!!!! I enjoyed the story i just wish Carter would have suffered a little more due to all the pain he caused but Pac going blind was a fitting end to him. Loved how Arthur knocked Pac out at the end too funny.

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