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by Patrick Cullen,Richard S Wheeler

eBook Flint's Honor: Library Edition ePub
Author: Patrick Cullen,Richard S Wheeler
Language: English
ISBN: 0786198753
ISBN13: 978-0786198757
Publisher: Blackstone Audio Inc; Unabridged edition (December 10, 2000)
Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 773
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ePub file: 1771 kb
Fb2 file: 1222 kb

by Richard S. Wheeler First published July 1st 1999. Showing 1-9 of 9. Flint's Honor (Sam Flint, Published June 18th 2001 by Forge. Paperback, 320 pages. Author(s): Richard S. Wheeler (Goodreads Author).

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Written by Richard S. Wheeler, Audiobook narrated by Patrick Cullen. The Sam Flint Series, Book 3. By: Richard S. Narrated by: Patrick Cullen. Series: Sam Flint, Book 3. Length: 11 hrs and 43 mins. Categories: Fiction, Westerns.

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Now, with time running out, suffering from painful cancer, Reno wants his honor restored.

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Narrated by John Lescault. Sam Flint is a dedicated frontier journalist whose only weapon is the truth. But when he pulls into Silver City to set up his cru.

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Sam Flint is a dedicated frontier journalist whose only weapon is the truth. But when he pulls into Silver City to set up his crusading weekly newspaper, he fears he's made a mistake. The overpopulated town is being run into the ground by the corrupt editor of the Silver City Democrat, Digby Westminster. A friend of merchants and flatterer of politicians, the manipulative scoundrel has grown fat ridiculing the miners and working girls while making sure they are ruthlessly taxed into destitution. Flint believes strongly that an honest journalist must challenge the Democrat. But how can he launch his own paper when the whole town is in his rival's pocket?
Struggles to get an honest newspaper going in a small town. Mr. Flint has to find a way to beat the bad guy who owns another newspaper in town but also a mine and, well, the town.
Richard Wheeler is one of the best western writers out there. This one holds true to his wonderful writing ability. A more appropriate name for him would be Wordmaster.....excellent read.
Would read other books by this author.
Honestly, I think this is probably worth at least four stars, but as a "shoot 'em up" Western it doesn't satisfy my idea of what a Western should be. Hell, Flint doesn't even own a gun and he's the hero! But I did read it in one day!
I can't fault the writing, the characters, or the basic plot. The author does use some unusual words for a Western, which slows me down a little. And he's a little too serious about some details, but he has admitted he switched to more historical writing.
But I'm glad (or hope) this is the last Flint story. I'm moving on to the remaining eleven stories on my bookshelf and hope they are more like the first eighteen I've read.
I know this is an older book (1999) but I hope FORGE publisher makes the print a little bigger in future books - old guys like lots of white space, too!
If you like well-written and believable Westerns stories, you should enjoy this author's work.
If anyone were to gather names for the top five western writers of all time, Richard S. Wheeler would undoubtedly be among them. His tale spinning genius and esteemed talent with language unfolds again in FLINT'S HONOR, Wheeler's third book detailing the adventures of warring journalist, Sam Flint. Flint arrives in Silver City Colorado-a town wedged between the walls of a rocky gulch-to defend the honor of a prostitute, whose death had been treated smugly in the Silver City Democrat. Searching the boomtown for a place to set up his press, Flint finds no vacancies, and against his better judgment has to settle for a room in a house of ill repute. Rather than recognizing Flint's new Silver City Sentinel as a worthy competitor, Digby Westminster, the editor of the Democrat plays Flint's positioning for all it's worth, and dubs the new paper The Bawdyhouse Bugle. Flint soon learns that the licentious editor has another foe, Achilles Balthazar, a powerful and despicable mine owner known for his ill treatment of workers and ability to read peoples minds-especially idealists like Flint. Flint finds himself amidst the politics and greedy maneuvers of both men, having only the power of words as his defense. Ready to sum up his losses at any moment, Flint is joined by a gypsy printer, Jude Napoleon, who not only adds spice to Flint's conflict, but provides him with the extra energy and wit needed to help bring down the two men, who like the mammoth walls that parallel the city, hold the whole town captive.
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