Dakota Lawman: Killing Mr. Sunday

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Harper Collins, Jun 1, 2005 - Fiction - 300 pages
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Jake Horn once used his hands to heal -- now the same hands kill. He was on the dodge for a crime he didn't commit when the town of Sweet Sorrow took him inand rewarded him with a badge he never wanted. Still, this out-of-the-way Dakota hellhole is a good place for a man to get lost in -- until legendary gunfighter William Sunday rides up with a price on his head, followed by a parade of bounty hunters, criminals, and cold-blooded killers.

A feared gun artist with a murderous rep, suffering from an illness he knows will soon claim his life, Sunday is determined to reconcile with his daughter before his own body does him in. Meanwhile, every human reptile in the territories is closing in for the kill, leaving lawman Jake no choice but a suicidal duty: to stand side-by-side with a dead man who has nothing left to lose.

 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
12
Section 3
17
Section 4
25
Section 5
32
Section 6
39
Section 7
45
Section 8
50
Section 19
151
Section 20
162
Section 21
170
Section 22
182
Section 23
192
Section 24
200
Section 25
210
Section 26
222

Section 9
58
Section 10
67
Section 11
80
Section 12
88
Section 13
99
Section 14
110
Section 15
120
Section 16
125
Section 17
134
Section 18
142
Section 27
233
Section 28
242
Section 29
255
Section 30
264
Section 31
274
Section 32
285
Section 33
292
Section 34
297
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About the author (2005)

Bill Brooks is an author of eighteen novels of historical and frontier fiction. He lives in North Carolina.

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