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Texas Rangers
7 : Hard Trail to Follow

by Elmer Kelton
Aug 1, 2010
6 Hours
Ages 13+
Andy Pickard felt ready to settle down, until the violent death of a good friend sends him on the road again, to bring a killer to justice. His trail takes him away from Bethel Brackett, but reunites him with old friends Rusty Shannon and Len Tanner. The bank-robbing fugitive he seeks may not even be the killer, but justice must be served. For many reasons, it's a hard trail to follow.

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Director & Cast

Director Terence Aselford
Starring Terence Aselford, Danny Gavigan, Tim Getman, Katie Foster, Elizabeth Jernigan, David Coyne, Ken Jackson, Eric Messner, Joe Brack, James Lewis, Andy Clemence, Nanette Savard, Drew Kopas, Scott McCormick, Michael John Casey, James Konicek, Richard Rohan, MB Van Dorn, Tim Carlin, Lily Beacon, Tony Nam, Michael Glenn, Dylan Lynch, Christopher Graybill, Peter Stray, Thomas Penny, Gary Telles, Johann Dettweiler, Jeff Allin, Yasmin Tuazon, Sherry Edelin, Bobby Aselford, and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Timothy Lynch
Dialogue Editors Greg Reinfeld
Sound Designers Greg Reinfeld
Additional Original Music Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


TEXAS RANGERS 7 : Hard Trail to Follow by Betsy (Posted on 7/21/2015)
It's great to see how much Andy has matured,
a wonderful theatrical experience by AudioFile Magazine (Posted on 8/20/2013)
The seventh installment in the Texas Ranger series—complete with sound effects and well-placed musical interludes—provides a wonderful theatrical experience. Former Texas Ranger Andy Pickard abandons farming and his fiancée, Bethel, to track escaped bank robber Luther Cordell, whose gang killed Sheriff Tom Blessing. Cordell is a likable scoundrel who laments his life of crime and baffles Andy with his acts of kindness along the trail. The cast consistently portrays the characters with aplomb and authenticity, using accents and varied pacing to add dimension and drama. Together, the cast’s superb narration and the ballad-like story encourage attentive listening. S.C.A. © AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 7/12/2013)
Now this story is kinda draggy. I like the main criminal and his voice. He's a pretty neat guy. A major character dies in this story. I won't give it away. I like Andy's woman. Andy is a great character. Kinda strange how in the other stories that the men would turn to Andy for his tracking skills and then now in this story they say he has none. That kinda confused me. Fowler Gaskin was tremendously funny in this one. Especially when he gets mad and just goes off. Thats funny. But other than that it kinda drags on as Andy chases the criminal. It's like it goes through every step that the criminal makes and then how Andy follows him. That gets old. This story line could have been cut really short and the story would have been much better. But none the less I like Andy and the characters.

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