A Hundred Ways to Kill

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Pinnacle Books, 2012 - Fiction - 411 pages
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The Greatest Western Writers Of The 21st Century

Young Matt Bodine and Sam Two Wolves. One is a rancher's son. The other a Half Breed outcast. To kill one you'd have to kill them both. And that would take an army--and a whole lot of luck. . .

A Hundred Ways To Kill. . .And Twice As Many Ways To Die

Heading west to San Diego some honest pilgrims paid ten men good money to keep their wagon train safe. Soon word comes to Tombstone, where Matt Bodine and Sam Two Wolves are wearing out their welcome gambling with Wyatt Earp. The wagon train's guards turned against their charges and headed off to Mexico with six young pioneer girls captive. Everyone knows the tortures of the damned that await the girls in the hellholes south of the border. But only Matt and Sam will do something about it.

But it's going to take more than their bravery and shooting skills to rescue those girls from the merciless white slavers. On the way to Mexico Matt and Sam ride into a war party of Apaches. They'll be facing outlaws and furious Apaches at the same time. For two blood brothers, the idea is to rescue those girls and blast their way North to freedom--no matter how many bullets it takes, or how many guns are shooting back. . .
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
12
Section 3
26
Section 4
46
Section 5
58
Section 6
75
Section 7
89
Section 8
110
Section 13
207
Section 14
229
Section 15
251
Section 16
267
Section 17
282
Section 18
290
Section 19
323
Section 20
331

Section 9
126
Section 10
149
Section 11
168
Section 12
196
Section 21
372
Section 22
391
Section 23
410
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About the author (2012)

William W. Johnstone was born in Southern Missouri on October 28, 1938. He quit school when he was fifteen to join a carnival, but went back and finished high school in 1957. He worked as a deputy sheriff, spent time in the army, and then went into radio broadcasting, where he worked for sixteen years. He started writing in 1970, but was his first book, The Devil's Kiss, was not published until late 1979. He wrote over 200 books during his lifetime including the Ashes series, Code Name series, Mountain Man series, The First Mountain Man series, and Eagles series. Two of his books, Eagle Down and Dagger, were written under the pen name of William Mason. He died on February 8, 2004 at the age of 65.

J. A. Johnstone is a Tennessee-based novelist.

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