Brown's Hole

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PublishAmerica, Mar 6, 2006 - Fiction - 385 pages
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 Brown’s Hole was like no other outlaw hideout in the Wild West! It earned its reputation as the “Worst Hellhole in the West” the easy way: It was the safe haven for the notorious Butch Cassidy and his Wild Bunch during their heyday. As the cornerstone for the infamous “Outlaw Trail,” the Hole had no equal, yet honest ranchers like Beemis Markham and his two orphaned nieces proved they could co-exist with Cassidy and the murderous cattlemen’s detective, Tom Horn (with his “system that never fails”), if they were willing to pay the price.

Josie and Ann Barnett grew up, loved and lost in an epic about the two prettiest, most eligible women the Hole ever had. Two terrific love stories are wrapped around Cassidy and Horn’s time in the Hole along with a great inside look at how the Outlaw Trail operated.

Brown’s Hole is the only place where the Wild West stayed young!


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