William W. Johnstone, J. A. Johnstone – Those Jensen Boys!

The Greatest Western Writers of the 21st Century

A bold, sprawling epic of the American West, the Jensen family saga has captivated listeners for nearly three decades. Now comes the untold story of Smoke Jensen’s long-lost nephews, Ace and Chance, a pair of young-gun twins as reckless and wild as the frontier itself….

Luck of the Draw

Their father is Luke Jensen, supposedly killed in the Civil War. Their uncle Smoke is one of the fiercest gunfighters the West has ever known. It’s no surprise that the inseparable Ace and Chance Jensen have a knack for taking risks – even if they have to blast their way out of them. Chance is a bit of a hothead, good with his gun and his fists. Ace is more of a thinker, sharp as a snake bite and just as deadly quick. Their skills are put to the test when two young ladies ask them to protect their struggling stagecoach line from a ruthless, bloodthirsty mine owner with money, power – and enough hired killers to slaughter half the territory. Those Jensen boys have to ask themselves: What would Smoke Jensen do?

Author: William W. Johnstone, J. A. Johnstone
Narrator: Jack Garrett
Duration: 8 hours 55 minutes
Released: 15 Sep 2011
Publisher: Recorded Books
Language: English

User Review:

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I don’t listen to “Jensen” books for the story (since they’re all the same), I listen for the blood and brain matter splashed throughout as “owl-hoots” are dispatched. I don’t remember a single person getting killed until the last few minutes of the book…this is one drawn out soap opera that isn’t worth your time…narration was excellent by Jack Garrett as usual, but nothing could make this book palatable.