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Publication Order of Eagles Books

Eyes of Eagles (1993)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dreams of Eagles (1994)Description / Buy at Amazon
Talons of Eagles (1995)Description / Buy at Amazon
Scream of Eagles (1996)Description / Buy at Amazon
Rage of Eagles (1998)Description / Buy at Amazon
Song of Eagles (1999)Description / Buy at Amazon
Cry of Eagles (1999)Description / Buy at Amazon
Blood of Eagles (2000)Description / Buy at Amazon
Destiny of Eagles (2004)Description / Buy at Amazon
Revenge of Eagles (2005)Description / Buy at Amazon
Pride of Eagles (2006)Description / Buy at Amazon
Crusade of Eagles (2007)Description / Buy at Amazon
Thunder of Eagles (2008)Description / Buy at Amazon
Bloodshed of Eagles (2009)Description / Buy at Amazon
Slaughter of Eagles (2010)Description / Buy at Amazon
Massacre of Eagles (2011)Description / Buy at Amazon
Carnage of Eagles (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Defiance of Eagles (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Duff MacCallister Books

By: William W. Johnstone, J A Johnstone
MacCallister (2011)Description / Buy at Amazon
Eagles Legacy (2011)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Killing (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dry Gulch Ambush (2013)Description / Buy at Amazon
Kill Crazy (2014)Description / Buy at Amazon
Kingdom Come (2015)Description / Buy at Amazon
Ten Guns from Texas (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
Day of Reckoning (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Stalking Death (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
Stranglehold (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Killer Take All (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Savage Sunday (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Riding the Nightmare (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

The Eagles and MacCallister series’ were written by the Uncle and nephew pair of writers, William. W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone, from America. The series consists of 22 novels altogether published from 1993 to 2014. The series’ depict the historical lives of the MacCallisters, Jamie and Duff. The series’ are set in different parts of America based on the historical fiction genre. Being set in the eighteenth century, Jamie and Duff MacCallister travel to various American countries in search of adventure. The Eagle series shows the life of Jamie MacCallister, who is a fearless adventurer set out to explore the American frontier. He starts his journey from Ohio and travels to the countries of the Alamo and Texas. The MacCallister series shows a new saga featuring Duff MacCallister who sets out to forge his destiny with a legacy and a vow to serve justice. He sets out to explore the adventurous American continent and survive the difficult situations of his journey. The Eagles series comprises of 18 different novels published from 1993 to 2013 whereas the MacCallister series consists of five novels published from 2011 to 2015. Both the series were primarily written the well-known author, William W. Johnstone. However, his nephew, J.A. Johnstone joined him in the collaboration from the eleventh novel of the Eagles series and since then, he has continued to contribute greatly to every writing of William W. Johnstone.

J.A. Johnstone is now the sole contributor to the novel writings of the series after the tragic death of William W. Johnstone in the year 2014. The first novel of the MacCallister series was published under the title ‘MacCallister: The Eagles Legacy’, in the year 2011 by the Pinnacle publishing house. Based on the historical fiction, the novel depicts the era of the end of the 18th century. It introduced the main character Duff MacCallister for the first time in the series. The novel is set in the Scottish Highlands during the time of 1885. The plot of the novel opens with two men trying to attack a woman with brandishing knives, outside a local pub. Before they could cause any harm to her, the protagonist Duff MacCallister interferes and saves the woman from getting victimized by the two men. In his attempt to protect the woman, Duff MacCallister ends up killing one of the men. Soon, it turns out to be a huge mistake committed by Duff MacCallister as the man he killed turns out to be the son of the sheriff of the Scottish Highlands. In order to protect himself from the clutches of the sheriff and avoid death trial, Duff MacCallister decides to move to America as it seems his only hope to save himself.

After reaching the land of his dreams, Duff moves in with his American cousins hope to start a new innings of his life. However, things do not seem to be so simple as Duff MacCallister is getting tracked by the deputies of the sheriff. The deputies include nine dangerous and deadliest hunters who are hired by the sheriff to hunt Duff MacCallister for taking revenge of the death of his son from him. The plot of the novel turns into a battle of bloodbath and bullets. Duff MacCallister has to face the tough job of killing his enemies, one after the other he might get killed by them. As the battle shifts to the rocky areas of the country, Duff MacCallister shown to be still on the hunt for killing his enemies. Soon, he is joined by a new ally to help him in his fight. Falcon MacCallister, one of the cousins of Duff MacCallister comes to his side to help him get out of the dangerous situation. Falcon is known for being a living legend of the frontier justice. He has great gun-slinging abilities and a few others that make him a fearless man in the minds of the enemies. Duff and Falcon MacCallister fight out the enemies bravely and become successful in maintaining the legacy of the MacCallisters.

The second novel of the MacCallister series was released under the title ‘The Killing’ by the Pinnacle publishing house in the year 2012. This novel served as the sequel to the first novel of the MacCallister series and continued to depict the adventurous life of Duff MacCallister, which seems nothing less than a roller coaster ride full of serious ups and downs. The plot of the second installment of the series shows Duff MacCallister betrothed to a beautiful woman. He has fled from the past miserable life in the Scottish Highlands and has landed in the Wyoming Territory in order to start a new and peaceful life. When he meets the beautiful barmaid, he thinks of settling down with her and spend the rest of his life happily. However, things begin to take dangerous turns once again. On a fine morning, when Duff MacCallister visits the Chugwater Bank for his regular job as a banker, his bad luck follows him there. A violent robbery breaks out in the bank with Duff MacCallister witnessing the whole activity of the bandits. He decides to take the matters in his own hands in trying to stop the bandits from looting the bank. In his attempt to do so, he kills one of the bandits and cause the arrest of another, in his successful attempt of saving the Chugwater Bank.

Furious with the interference of Duff MacCallister in their criminal activity, the bandits spread across the borders of the town to take revenge from him. Feeling threatened for life by the outlaws because of witnessing the robbery, Duff MacCallister and a young barmaid are kept in one of the hotels of the town for safety. With the hope of setting their fellow bandit from the arrest of police, the outlaws threaten to take down the defenseless town. They promise to fill the town with disheartening bloodbath and kill Duff MacCallister. However, Duff has other plans as he sets himself out to deal with the gang and maintain the legacy of MacCallisters of not running away from troubles and facing them with bravery. With the help of a Creedmoor rifle, he begins to kill the members of the bandit gang, one by one. But, at the same time, Duff MacCallister also faces the danger of giving the bandits a chance to take revenge from him. His fate brings him in a life threatening situation once again and he has to strive hard to get himself out of the situation safely, just like all the previous deadly battles.

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2 Responses to “Eagles / MacCallister”

  1. Alw: 6 months ago

    So far I have listened to approx. twenty something books from William And JA Johnstone. Thank you for sharing them. I love the Preacher series and would really love if I could listen to these two series as well. Not the dramatized versions only available on audible etc. but beautifully narrated versions like that of J. Rodney Turner and John McLain. Please release these.

  2. Howard Bourdeau, Jr.: 2 years ago

    In the Dry Gulch Ambush, what are the city’s names? The one just outside of Chugwater.


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