A Gun for Braggs' Woman

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Sagebrush Large Print Westerns, Jan 1, 2003 - Fiction - 219 pages
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Sapinero was a dead, cold whistle stop somewhere up in the mountains of the Cimarron in 1886. No one ever came there because there wasn't anything to come for. A holdover point for horse thieves, rustlers, minor crooks and second rate outlaws (first rate ones wouldn't bother with it), the town was naturally built in trouble for any honest young lady going West to seek her fortune. But Sapinero was as far as Casey LeClair's ticket went, so that was where she got off. The town hasn't been the same since.

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Steve Frazee was born in Salida, Colorado. He began making major contributions to Western pulp magazines with stories set in the American West as well as a number of North-Western tales published in Adventure. Not surprisingly, many of Frazee's novels have become major motion pictures.

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