Take Parker's hero Spenser, rename him Everett Hitch, and relocate him to the Old West, and you have this tale of vigilante justice in the new town of Resolution. There's plenty of action and snappy dialogue as Hitch and three buddies help the local ranchers hold onto their land and the local ladies of the evening maintain their safety. Titus Welliver has a laidback approach to the narration, which is fine, and his mild characterizations are ok, too. The problem comes in the aforementioned dialogue, which is liberally peppered with attributions. These may be fine in print, but aurally they’re annoying. Otherwise, this is a good story decently read. J.B.G. © AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine [Published: NOVEMBER 2008]
Trade Ed. Random House Audio 2008
CD ISBN 978-0739366134 $29.95 Four CDs
DD ISBN 9780739366141 multiple sources
Library Ed. Books on Tape 2008
CS ISBN 978-1-4159-5612-0 $50.00 Three cassettes
CD ISBN 978-1-4159-4848-4 $50.00 Four CDs
DD ISBN multiple sources
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