Barjack and the Unwelcome Ghost
When the arrival of bank robber Harm Cody disrupts the peace and quiet of Asininity, cantankerous saloon owner Marshal Barjack struggles to protect the town's interests, a situation that is compromised by a vengeful Cherokee and an attractive young sharpshooter. By the Spur Award-winning author of Broke Loose. Original. 100,000 first printing.
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