Golden Gun From Somebody

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 29, 2010 - Fiction - 82 pages
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Every since I was a little boy I always did like reading Frontier books and I decide to write my own version of the old west so everybody could enjoy it also. This book is about a lone soul that hasn’t heard from his family in a long time and then suddenly he find that his family has been murdered by a cold blooded killer from the past. That cold blooded killer is family member which this person has never heard from in a very long time which this person well get revenge what this family member done to him and his family. In this book it got a surprise to my favorite writer of all time growing up which I love reading his books since I was a little boy growing to today and that famous writer is Louis L'Amour. Before you start reading this book this book has its own special meaning to my hero I enjoyed reading his books growing up so Thank You Louis L’Amour.
 

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Contents

Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
11
Chapter Three
16
Chapter Four
20
Chapter Five
24
Chapter Six
27
Chapter Seven
31
Chapter Eight
35
Chapter Eleven
47
Chapter Twelve
52
Chapter Thirteen
56
Chapter Fourteen
60
Chapter Fifteen
64
Chapter Sixteen
68
Chapter Seventeen
72
Chapter Eighteen
75

Chapter Nine
39
Chapter Ten
43
Chapter Nineteen
79
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Artin Allahverdi was born at March 26, 1982 all the way from Tehran, Iran, I was two years old when I left Iran during the war between Iraq and Iran. I grew up in a small town called Sunland/Tujunga California. I never had any friends growing up so I read books from the old west to war books - you name it. I read it but not all books I read. I grew up watching television also, so at the same time I have lots of creative imaginations growing up and I want to set free them by writing books also so future generations could set free their imaginations. I've always set free my imaginations because I want to be myself all the time and that's who I am.

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