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Return to Red River Red River is one of the greatest westerns ever told, a novel that that became the classic John Wayne movie inNow award winning Johnny D Boggs presents a powerful sequel destined to be a Western masterpiece in its own right Return To Red RiverMatthew Garth was orphaned in a savage wagon train ambush and adopted by Red Riverhero Thomas Dunson Twenty years later Matt has two strapping sons of his own and is undertaking a desperate cattle drive from Texas to Dodge City, the new queen of frontier cattle towns While the deadly dangers of storms and rustlers gather around them, an act of passion and violence from within the drive and from within the Garth family leaves Matt fighting for his life, close to where his father was buried by the Red River When Matt gets back up, he must finish the drive and fight his worst enemies and even his own blood kin before it ends in a battle of guns, tears, and justice


About the Author: Johnny D. Boggs

Johnny D Boggs is a Spur and Wrangler Award winning author of the American West and frontier Born in 1962, Boggs grew up on a farm near Timmonsville, South Carolina, around the old stamping grounds of Revolutionary War hero Francis Marion chronicled in his frontier novel The Despoilers He knew he wanted to be a writer at an early age He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with his wife, Lisa Smith son, Jack Smith Boggs and basset hound, June.



10 thoughts on “Return to Red River

  1. Brad Hodges Brad Hodges says:

    Some might find it audacious for Johnny D Boggs to write a sequel to Red River, the classic 1948 film starring John Wayne and Montgomery Clift Actually, he has written a sequel to the book that it was based on, and it s a solid, old fashioned Western that could have been written in 1948.The book picks up with Matthew Garth, who was played by Clift, as he manages the ranch he inherited from Thomas Dun


  2. Joyce Lohse Joyce Lohse says:

    Return To Red River follows up on Borden Chase s novel, Red River, 1948, and the movie of the same name, staring John Wayne and Montgomery Clift Without yet reading the first book or seeing the movie, I relied on the lengthy beginning narrative to fill in characters, and details about time and place Once oriented, the reader is rewarded with raw, authentic western action throughout the novel Mathew Garth and


  3. Thomas Clagett Thomas Clagett says:

    A terrific read Return to Red River is a rugged tale, searing and engaging.Red River, the 1948 film starring John Wayne, was based on Borden Chase s novel that was serialized in the Saturday Evening Post But there are some significant differences between the film and Chase s novel, in particular, who s left standing at the conclusion of each However, we discover all that Chase had told before as Boggs tells a new stor


  4. Susan Santangelo Susan Santangelo says:

    Authentic, gritty and fast moving, this is as good as it gets for lovers of stories set in the Old West.


  5. Douglas Osgood Douglas Osgood says:

    What a ride.Author Johnny Boggs spins a yarn that starts building with page 1 and snowballs to the exciting climax The last of it kept me up well past my bed time.


  6. Anthony Anthony says:

    Excellent book I can see why it won Spur Award.


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