The Return of the Mucker


Read by Joseph DeNoia

(4.4 stars; 67 reviews)

After being framed for a murder he didn’t commit, law enforcement arrests Billy Byrne…The Mucker… as he returns to the streets of Grand Avenue. Sentenced for the crime, he escapes custody en route to jail, and begins wandering America's roads as a homeless and penniless hobo. Joined by Bridge, a wandering poet and fellow soul on the road they escape a chasing detective and cross the border into Mexico to live in freedom, where the country is torn between two warring factions. Now the Mucker must join one side in a fight against the other, facing treachery within the ranks, robbing banks and facing savage local indians just to survive this outlaw country. (Summary by Joe DeNoia) (4 hr 54 min)

Chapters

The Murder Trial 15:07 Read by Joseph DeNoia
The Escape 16:06 Read by Joseph DeNoia
'Five Hundred Dollars Reward' 14:38 Read by Joseph DeNoia
On the Trail 13:19 Read by Joseph DeNoia
One Turn Deserves Another 15:39 Read by Joseph DeNoia
'Baby Bandits' 17:09 Read by Joseph DeNoia
In Pesita's Camp 16:17 Read by Joseph DeNoia
Billy's First Command 14:21 Read by Joseph DeNoia
Barbara In Mexico 14:51 Read by Joseph DeNoia
Billy Cracks a Safe 22:34 Read by Joseph DeNoia
Barbara Releases a Conspirator 16:26 Read by Joseph DeNoia
Billy to the Rescue 17:53 Read by Joseph DeNoia
Barbara Again 16:17 Read by Joseph DeNoia
'Twixt Love and Duty 17:51 Read by Joseph DeNoia
An Indian's Treachery 17:41 Read by Joseph DeNoia
Eddie Makes Good 18:48 Read by Joseph DeNoia
'You Are My Girl!' 29:05 Read by Joseph DeNoia

Reviews

Pathetic Reader

(0.5 stars)

Impossible to listen to. He has a train to catch I guess... Reading so fast. And whats with the whisper growling lol.

return of the nicker

(4 stars)

Well read the part one was better but ok storyline

(1.5 stars)

a bit USA, USA Kill them all God can sort em out

great story

(5 stars)

well read. readers voice really works with this story

good story

(5 stars)

excellent book well read, recommended

thank you! A very entertaining reading.

(5 stars)