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Butchery of the Mountain Man The Greatest Western Writer Of The st CenturyIn Montana Territory, one name above all others strikes fear and hatred in the hearts of the Crow Indians John Jackson, better known these days as Liver Eating Jackson Consumed by grief and rage, the mountain man has brutally killed ten braves so far in his one man war of vengeance against the Crow, who murdered his beloved wife Smoke Jensen knows Jackson by another name friend He s not sure to what extent Jackson s exploits are true devastating loss and frontier savagery have certainly driven lesser men mad While doing some trapping in the territory, Smoke hears that twenty of the Crow s most fearsome warriors have banded together to hunt down their nemesis Without a second thought, he rushes to his old friend s aid But even with Smoke Jensen at his side, the fierce and fearless Liver Eating Jackson may not be able to beat the odds this time

About the Author: William W. Johnstone

William Wallace Johnstone was a prolific American author, mostly of western, horror and survivalist novels.Born and raised in southern Missouri, Johnstone was the youngest of four children His father was a minister and his mother a school teacher He quit school when he was fifteen and worked in a carnival and as a deputy sheriff He later served in the Army and, upon returning to civilian life, worked in radio broadcasting for 16 years.Johnstone started his writing career in 1970, but did not have any works published until 1979 The Devil s Kiss and became a full time writer in 1980 He wrote close to two hundred books in numerous genres, including suspense and horror His main publication series were Mountain Man, The First Mountain Man, Ashes and Eagles and his own personal favorite novel was The Last of the Dog Team 1980 He also authored two novels under the pseudonym William Mason.Johnstone had lived for many years in Shreveport, Louisiana, yet died in Knoxville, TN, at the age of 65 J A Johnstone is continuing William W Johnstone s series.

10 thoughts on “Butchery of the Mountain Man

  1. Judy Tate Judy Tate says:

    I HATE it when a new story f s up the original story I wish J A Johnstone had read his father s original stories Maybe then he could keep the story straight and not put extraneous people and events in that were not in the original And it wasn t even really about Smoke Jensen How was this a Mountain Man novel

  2. Jerry Blackerby Jerry Blackerby says:

    Another well done Johnstone book Although written in a different style to a certain extent, it is still good In this book, Smoke is interviewed about both John Liver Eater Jackson and himself by a college Professor Still a good book.

  3. Al Collier Al Collier says:

    First I have enjoyed the Smoke Jensen aka Mountain Man series but this book destroys the Big Rock, Monty Carson and Louis Longmont histories and hurts Preacher s character Not a good book on any level Skip it

  4. Richard Guerrero Richard Guerrero says:

    Enjoyed the 41st book of the smoke Jensen series.

  5. Dale Von Dale Von says:


  6. Melva Clark Melva Clark says:

    We have been reading books that were written from the Indians perspective This book is from the mountain man perspective There were some graphic death scenes but over all it was a good book.

  7. Kevin Jackson Kevin Jackson says:

    Disappointed Too much biography I did not enjoy this book Not the typical smoke Jensen story at all Hope the next story has action.

  8. Randy Randy says:

    A Novel told from the point of view of an aged Smoke Jensen 1928 being interviewed for a book about some of the old west figures stil famous That s the framing for a series of stories involving Smoke, his mentor Preacher, and Smoke s own protege, Matt Jensen The main part of the story involves Smoke taking on an Easterner that came west to be a mountain man and trap Smoke teaches him how to survive and prosper in the Montana territory

  9. Sue Sue says:

    Awful, just awful Somebody lied to this author asking for an Indiana Jones tilt This author can t do dialogue and it was just ruined The first two chapters were stilted sentences ughstilt ed stilt d adjective1 of a manner of talking or writing stiff and self conscious or unnatural we made stilted conversation synonyms strained, forced, contrived, constrained, labored, stiff, self conscious, awkward, unnatural, wooden

  10. Phyllis Janssen Phyllis Janssen says:

    Butcher of mountain manthis was a very good book all your books are great why don t they make a movie with smoke Sally preacher pearly Matt cal Longmont and sheriff Carson it would be awesome

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