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Nineteen year old Jack Kendrick made sure his twelve year old brother Ethan and ten year Mary Jane had plenty to eat. He saddled two horses and threw a packsaddle on another one, telling them he would be back in five days, six at the most. When he reached town he got his supplies and paid with some of that bright yellow gold dust. The grocer’s eyes were huge and very greedy Nineteen year old Jack Kendrick made sure his twelve year old brother Ethan and ten year Mary Jane had plenty to eat. He saddled two horses and threw a packsaddle on another one, telling them he would be back in five days, six at the most. When he reached town he got his supplies and paid with some of that bright yellow gold dust. The grocer’s eyes were huge and very greedy. “Where did you get this boy?” Jack just looked at him then took those supplies and tied that heavy sack on the packsaddle. He walked back in saying he needed two boxes of .44’s and two of 45’s and again paid with gold dust. “The gold Son, good Lord where’d you get it?” He never answered, just went out and mounted and leading those horses almost out of town to the school house. Walking in, there stood a very pretty young lady. “Howdy Ma’am, are you the school teacher? Are you married er got any kids?” “My goodness no, why would you ask that?” “Good, grab one book of each kind, yer comin’ with me.” “I most certainly am not!” “This forty five says you are. Now write out a note sayin’ yer alright and will be back one of these days.” “You’d kidnap for an education!” He blindfolded her saying, “If you take off that blindfold I’ll tie yore hands where you can’t.”


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Nineteen year old Jack Kendrick made sure his twelve year old brother Ethan and ten year Mary Jane had plenty to eat. He saddled two horses and threw a packsaddle on another one, telling them he would be back in five days, six at the most. When he reached town he got his supplies and paid with some of that bright yellow gold dust. The grocer’s eyes were huge and very greedy Nineteen year old Jack Kendrick made sure his twelve year old brother Ethan and ten year Mary Jane had plenty to eat. He saddled two horses and threw a packsaddle on another one, telling them he would be back in five days, six at the most. When he reached town he got his supplies and paid with some of that bright yellow gold dust. The grocer’s eyes were huge and very greedy. “Where did you get this boy?” Jack just looked at him then took those supplies and tied that heavy sack on the packsaddle. He walked back in saying he needed two boxes of .44’s and two of 45’s and again paid with gold dust. “The gold Son, good Lord where’d you get it?” He never answered, just went out and mounted and leading those horses almost out of town to the school house. Walking in, there stood a very pretty young lady. “Howdy Ma’am, are you the school teacher? Are you married er got any kids?” “My goodness no, why would you ask that?” “Good, grab one book of each kind, yer comin’ with me.” “I most certainly am not!” “This forty five says you are. Now write out a note sayin’ yer alright and will be back one of these days.” “You’d kidnap for an education!” He blindfolded her saying, “If you take off that blindfold I’ll tie yore hands where you can’t.”

30 review for A Kidnapped Education

  1. 5 out of 5

    Charles Castell

    Not the normal shootem up bang bang Shorty is normally involved in, but is definitely another outstanding western adventure worthy of following! Shorty enlists a bunchof people, lawmen and civilians, in his efforts to bring justice to those responsible for their wrong doings! As all other Shorty escapades, this one is especially endearing and five stars worthy. There is no slow downs in this compassionately motivated success story, as Shorty meets up with a young rancher, who, in the absence of h Not the normal shootem up bang bang Shorty is normally involved in, but is definitely another outstanding western adventure worthy of following! Shorty enlists a bunchof people, lawmen and civilians, in his efforts to bring justice to those responsible for their wrong doings! As all other Shorty escapades, this one is especially endearing and five stars worthy. There is no slow downs in this compassionately motivated success story, as Shorty meets up with a young rancher, who, in the absence of his parents, kidnaps a young school teacher to aid in the home scoot his younger brother and sister! These youngsters, unknowingly, discover gold, which makes their family excessively rich. The oldest son, mistakenly, uses some nuggets and refined gold to buy groceries and other necessities at a grocery store in their nearest town. The rest involves Shorty, who pursues the bad guys for an extended period of time! Outstanding storylines from beginning to end, especially once Shorty becomes involved. Too, the Author's outstanding character selections were unsurpassed in their respective assigned roles. I am consistently impressed with the Author, Mr. Paul L. Thompson's, consistency in his descriptive renditions of one exciting episode after the other! Definitely recommend this compassionately motivated success story to all readers, but you non-western readers will definitely find yourselves completely hooked on U. S. Marshal Shorty Thompson, once you ride the trail with him and his associates. I have read all 89 books in this series, and they only get better as each new adventure unfolds! I encourage all readers to try this compassionately motivated successful, but don't hold me responsible, once you're hooked!!!😃

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bill Megenity

    Here I am at the end and I've barely got the beginning started. I do enjoy Paul Thompson's stories. So I'll go back to the beginning and pick up where I left off. Thanks again for writing them for us, they're great.

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