Gold and Lead
The fourth book in an action-packed series featuring a saddle tramp who creates his own destiny as he travels the unbridled West. In a land of grizzled miners and shiftless outlaws, Wade Calhoun comes to prospect gold. But any digging he does could be for his own grave, as he tangles with a gang of vicious killers to avenge a beautiful woman.
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