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Last Gunfighter
17 : Ambush Valley

by William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone
Apr 1, 2010
6 Hours
978-1-59950-651-7
Ages 18+
Yuma Prison is a fetid hellhole filled with the dregs of humanity-killers, thieves and backstabbers who'd kill over a scrap of meat. Now it's home to Frank Morgan, who's posing as an inmate. A ruthless outlaw named Cicero McCoy has buried a fortune in stolen bank money in a harsh, desolate little piece of hell known as Ambush Valley. To get Cicero to lead him to the loot, Frank has become Cicero's new best friend behind bars-and co-plotter of a daring breakout. Until the time comes for Frank Morgan to make a fatal choice-and for one of them to die...
 

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Ken Jackson, James Konicek, Thomas Penny, Johann Dettweiler, Eric Messner andy Clemence, James Lewis, Tom Simpson, Dylan Lynch, Mort Shelby, Richard Rohan, Terence Aselford, Joe Brack, Ren Kasey, Steven Carpenter, Tim Carlin, Casie Platt, Colleen Delany and Nanette Savard
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry and Temesgen Wubneh
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry and Temesgen Wubneh
Original Theme Music Johann Dettweiler
Additional Original Music Johann Dettweiler and Bryan Patton
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

The Last Gunfighter - Book 17: Ambush Valley by Wade F (Posted on 12/4/2018)
I enjoyed this book as the rest of them. It is a good story.
Last Gunfighter 17 : Ambush Valley by LINDA (Posted on 11/3/2015)
A good book, but not as good as others,
I was wrong by Jesse (Posted on 12/6/2014)
Can't delete my reviews but I stand corrected on Stormy, Frank got another horse and kept the name the same. Still don't recall if Goldie was a gelding or not when he got him. Still really love this series! Going to be sad when we finish em
Stormy and Goldie by Jesse (Posted on 11/25/2014)
I'm a little bummed, Stormy has always been an Appaloosa, some how (I think it happened in this book) he has now magically changed to a grey. Also, I recall and could be wrong but I thought Goldie was a gelding, but from this story on he has been changed to a stallion?! I love The Last Gunfighter but am disappointed about these small changes, as someone who has horses and can relate a lot to Frank Morgan, I am bummed.
Great Writing, Would like to have met Frank Morgan in real life! by Jesse (Posted on 10/17/2014)
Both me and my wife really enjoy these stories. I've been listening to GA stories for a long time and got her hooked on them! They are a great for all the long trips we make for work and to see family. When my wife listens to The Last Gun Fighter, she tells me she starts to crave coffee, bacon and biscuits since they eat a lot of those things in these stories, just like they did back in the old west! She also tells me that I remind her of Frank Morgan. We like how they have a real historical component to the stories, makes them all the more genuine and engaging for us.

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