Gold Town, Book 3
Living by the golden rule isn’t easy in a lawless boom town.
Amos Hood left the way of the gun to spread the Word of the Lord. But that’s easier said than done in Gold Town. As Amos tries to build a church, cowboys and miners feud in the streets, rustlers run rampant, and the new “law” is a vicious hired gun. With Gold Town poised to explode into a range war, Amos may not have a prayer of keeping the peace— or of keeping his own violent past a secret.
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