A Town Afraid

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Penguin, Oct 3, 2006 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Bill Tenery arrives in the town of Elkhorn looking to wet his whistle and hit the hay. Unfortunately, his first impression is not a good one. Mistaking him for a notorious gunslinger, some outlaws decide to take him out. But Tenery lives up to his false reputation, out-shooting two of his assailants—only to be wounded by a third.
 
Finding sanctuary at the Saddle Horn Ranch, Tenery falls under the care of its proprietress, Penny Horn. She needs his help defending her home from the outlaws’ leader, who will stop at nothing to take her land. With the townsfolk scared to death of the menacing posse, Tenery finds himself taking a stand on behalf of a community desperately in need of a man without fear.
 

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