James Reasoner’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite James Reasoner Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers James Reasoner’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. James Reasoner quotes to remember and here you will find 10 of the best. A memorable quote can stay with you and can be used along your journey. Choosing James Reasoner’s top 10 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“grazed the”
― James Reasoner, Legends of the Gun: Six Classic Western Novels

 “Trouble is brewing in Wind River. The Irish and Chinese are up in arms, and the friendly Shoshone stand accused of stealing cattle. Marshal Cole Tyler sets out to track down the saboteurs-lighting a fuse that will set off a bloody massacre.”
― James Reasoner, Wind River

“The Indians, they don’t reveal nothin less they have a reason behind it. They believe a feller that shares, gives away some of his power.”
― James Reasoner, West of the Big River: Boxed Set of Eight Western Novels

 “Excitement” wasn’t the exact word he sought to describe the feelings of contentment, of satisfaction, of belonging to a community.”
― James Reasoner, Six-Guns: Six Classic Western Novels

 “For the first time it was up to me to do some real hunting instead of waiting and reacting to what other people chose to do.”
― James Reasoner, Six-Guns: Six Classic Western Novels

 “there was a big difference between hurrying and not wasting any time. The man who hurried usually died. Tilghman”
― James Reasoner, Six-Guns: Six Classic Western Novels

“A man lives till he dies, and there is no age in between.”
― James Reasoner, Six-Guns: Six Classic Western Novels

 “You might say a prayer or two while you’re waiting.”
― James Reasoner, West of the Big River: Boxed Set of Eight Western Novels

“I might be a bit slow, but I can learn.”
― James Reasoner, Six-Guns: Six Classic Western Novels

“They were not at all soft. Their”
― James Reasoner, Six-Guns: Six Classic Western Novels

10 Famous Quotes by Author James Reasoner

10 quotes by James Reasoner there you go! It’s never an easy task picking the best quotations from great writers, so please if you disagree or have more to add, please comment and share your opinions. My 10 greatest James Reasoner quotes will likely be different from yours; however, that’s the best thing about them, each quote can mean something different to each person. So don’t wait, comment and shares your best James Reasoner Quote. 

One Final Bonus – James Reasoner Quote 

“opened fire on the sheriff’s office and jail while the others shot through the bank’s front windows until everybody inside was either dead or wounded. They went in then and cleaned out the cash drawers and the vault and…and finished off the wounded.” “The vault was open?” Braddock asked. Deputy Bell shrugged and said, “This is a little town. Nothing like this ever happened here. Nobody figured it ever would.” Bell paused and swallowed hard. “They didn’t have to kill everybody. They could have gone in, held up the place at gunpoint, and gotten the money if that was all they were after. It was like they…they wanted to slaughter innocent people.” “This gang…was the leader named Fenner? Clete Fenner?” Bell’s shoulders rose and fell in a shrug. “Mister, I just couldn’t tell you. I don’t know if anybody heard any of them call the others by name. I’ve been askin’ questions, but it all happened so fast, and like I told you, nobody ever expected anything like this…” Braddock held up a hand to stop Bell before the deputy could force himself to go on. Bell might be fine for serving legal papers or guarding prisoners, but when faced with a real catastrophe, he didn’t seem like much of a lawman. But maybe he shouldn’t judge people, Braddock told himself. After all, at least Bell had a legal right to wear his badge. “You say the sheriff was killed?” “Yes, sir. When he heard the commotion going on outside, he stepped through the door to find out what it was all about and caught a couple of slugs in the chest right away. He fell in the doorway and I was able to get hold of his shirt and drag him the rest of the way back inside without getting shot myself.” Bell shook his head. “Wasn’t anything I could do for him, though. He was already gone. All I could do was fort up at one of the windows and try to wing some of that bunch, but I don’t know if I did or not. They made it pretty hot for me.” “Who else was killed?” “Like I said, the folks in the bank. Mr. McLemore, the president, and Ben Horton,”

― James Reasoner, The Last War Chief

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