Titus Welliver
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Author: Robert Knott and Robert B. Parker | Narrator: Titus Welliver
Release Date: January 08, 2013
For years, Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch have ridden roughshod over rabble-rousers and gun hands in troubled towns like Appaloosa, Resolution, and Brimstone.  Now, newly appointed as Territorial Marshalls, they find themselves traveling by train through the Indian Territories.
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Author: Robert B. Parker | Narrator: Titus Welliver
Release Date: May 04, 2010
Law enforcement in Appaloosa had once been Virgil Cole and me. Now there was a chief of police and twelve policemen. Our third day back in town, the chief invited us to the office for a talk.
 
The new chief is Amos Callico, a tall, fat man in a derby hat, wearing a star on his vest and a big pearl-handled Colt inside his coat.
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Author: Robert B. Parker | Narrator: Titus Welliver
Release Date: May 05, 2009
When we last saw Everett Hitch and Virgil Cole, they had just restored peace to the rough-and-tumble town of Resolution. Virgil, however, has only one thing on his mind these days. Allie French, the woman who stole his heart in Appaloosa. Even though Allie ran off with another man, Virgil is determined to find her--with Everett's help.
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Author: Robert B. Parker | Narrator: Titus Welliver
Release Date: June 03, 2008
The New York Times—bestselling author’s richly imagined work of historical fiction. a powerful tale of the Old West from the acknowledged master of crime fiction.

I had an eight-gauge shotgun that I’d taken with me when I left Wells Fargo.
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Author: Robert B. Parker | Narrator: Titus Welliver
Release Date: June 07, 2005
A richly imagined novel of the Old West, as spare and vivid as a high plains sunset, from one of the world's most talented performers.

It was a long time ago, now, and there were many gunfights to follow, but I remember as well as I remember anything the first time I saw Virgil Cole shoot.
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ISBN: 9780739318751
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