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2 : Massacre at Whiskey Flats

by William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone
Aug 1, 2009
6 Hours
Ages 18+
In the west, there's always work for the kind of men willing to get their hands dirty-from rounding stray cattle to stringing barbed wire. Bo Creel and Scratch Morton are just such men. Now they've been hired for the one job they've never tried: wearing badges-in a little stain of a town called Whiskey Flats.

What Bo and Scratch don't know is that a gang of outlaws is bent on burning down the town the Sidewinders have been hired to protect. With only a passing acquaintance of the law, a keen sense of self-preservation, and a range-war gathering round them, Bo and Scratch need a good plan or it's a one-way ticket to Boot Hill. They'll also need a little luck, a whole mess of bullets, and the courage to stand tall-and shoot true...

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Director & Cast

Director Ken Jackson
Starring Ken Jackson, Tim Carlin, Mort Shelby, Terence Aselford, Andy Clemence, Kate Foster, Joe Brack, Christopher Graybill, Tim Getman, Jeff Baker, Thomas Penny, Dylan Lynch, David Coyne, Nanette Savard, Richard Rohan and Bobby Aselford
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Bryan Patton
Sound Designers Bryan Patton
Original Theme Music Bryan Patton
Additional Original Music Bryan Patton and Johann Detweiller
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Another excellent story by Wayne (Posted on 2/5/2015)
I loved this one too. There was kinda some alluding to sexual situations and such but nothing ever put in your face. The good guys don't always win either. This was really good.
Review by Johnny Tai (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This one is more enjoyable than the first book, with a very flowing plot and some nice mystery elements- and a good deal of humor.

The character Rawhide provides girlpower and some good laughs, and the Martial wannabe is definitely a nice driving point to what would've been just another western.

Also noteworthy is Pike the strong-man, great acting by Graphic Audio brought him to live and made him a very interesting character.

I believe Scott Mac played Pike, and that was definitely top of the line work.

The soon-to-be judge of Whiskey Flats didn't have alot of roles, but what he had was also nicely done.

Over all, one of Johnstone's more convincing and enjoyable stories, and one can hope that the rest of this Sidewinders series will be just as good if not better.

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