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Last Gunfighter
11 : Violent Sunday

by William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone
Jul 1, 2009
5 Hours
Ages 18+
When iron clears leather, anything can happen. In Frank Morgan's case, a sudden duel with an assassin has left an innocent woman with a bullet in her back - and a friendship between Frank and a young Texas Ranger in tatters. Wanting to make up for his part in the tragedy, Frank rides to central Texas to help Ranger Tyler Beaumont put down the so-called Fence-Cutting War. But as big ranchers battle small ones, an outlaw gang has hellish plans of its own. Now, as an innocent town is threatened with annihilation, Frank must make his final stand on a hot Sunday in Texas - when the dying will say their final prayers...

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Ken Jackson, James Konicek, David Coyne, Jeff Baker, Michael Replogle, Richard Rohan, Dylan Lynch, Margie Tompros, James Lewis, Chris Graybill, Steve Carpenter, Joe Brack, Michael Glenn, Tim Getman, Elizabeth Jernigan, Jonathan Watkins, Jason Stiles, Tim Carlin, Tom Simpson, Casie Platt, Kate Foster, Mort Shelby and Terence Aselford
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Jimmy Payne
Dialogue Editors Greg Reinfeld and Brian Rogers
Sound Designers Greg Reinfeld and Brian Rogers
Original Theme Music Johann Dettweiler
Additional Original Music Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


The Last Gunfighter - Book 11 by Wade F (Posted on 11/3/2018)
Frank is always walking the fine line of good and evil. And this book doesn't disappoint.
LAST GUNFIGHTER 11 : Violent Sunday by Charles (Posted on 8/9/2018)
Frank is again challenged by his past and must decide whether or not to accept the unique challenges his life (lives?) present him. Not in his nature to hide, Frank accepts the summons of his past and looks deep within himself to find the strength to go on. Violent Sunday is a good story with interesting insights into Frank Morgan and the man he was, is and might still be.

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