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Sixkiller, U.S. Marshal
1 : Sixkiller, U.S. Marshal

by William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone
May 1, 2013
5 Hours
978-1-59950-971-6
Ages 18+
He was born in the Going Snake District of the Cherokee Nation--and forged a destiny as bold as his name. John Henry Sixkiller was as fearless as the came. He fought in the 2nd Cherokee Mounted Rifles, his father's regiment during the Civil War. Served with the Longhorse Police in Indian territory upholding the law among five tribes in a time of violence and change. But now, Sixkiller faces his greatest challenge yet. As a U.S. Marshal, he must take on the most notorious outlaws the west has ever seen. Horse thieves who kill without conscience. Train robbers who terrorize the railways. And one ruthless enemy whose bloody reign of fear would bring Sixkiller to the ultimate showdown.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Terence Aselford
Starring Terence Aselford, Evan Casey, Eric Messner, David Coyne, Michael John Casey, Michael Glenn, Ken Jackson, Thomas Keegan, Tony Nam, Joe Brack, Christopher Scheeren, Tim Carlin, James Konicek, Gary Telles, Drew Kopas, Bradley Smith, Danny Gavigan, Colleen Delany, Ren Kasey, James Lewis, Christopher Graybill, Richard Cutting, Karen Novak, Richard Rohan, Tim Getman, Tim Pabon, Nick DePinto, Scott McCormick, Jeff Allin, Dylan Lynch, Patrick Bussink, Nanette Savard, Alyssa Wilmoth, Bobby Aselford, Kimberly Gilbert, David Harris and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Timothy Lynch
Dialogue Editors Justin Wortz and Roderick Bridges
Sound Designers Justin Wortz
Cover Illustrator Jabulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

Realistic stuff even if morbid: Not GA's fault. by Gildardo (Posted on 9/29/2018)
I am re-listening to this series as it is one of those as the vast majority of GA titles are with a huge replay value. The hanging scenes are realistically morbid when it comes to things as you can hear popcorn being peddled as people wait for the hanging, and other things. Yes it is a morbid thing, but that was the west. The production is very realistic and adult, and the political messages very out there as part of the book's content. The trail of tears though brief is very in your face, and it reminds us of just how things were in the west during that time before the civil war. Just the same, a captivating story with plenty of action, plenty of messages, and very much a re-player complete with the graphic audio full scale rich sound, and ability to bring you into the time period. Complete with flies even. Dawn your head gear and give it a spin... or sit in front of those well spread speakers and let the movie in your mind just suck you in. And in the words of William Conrad, ... "And that was the west."
six killer us. marshal by Timothy (Posted on 9/1/2014)
will be adding to the collaection

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