Gun Law

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Leisure Books, 2001 - Fiction - 171 pages
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Leland Langford, owner of the Overland Stage and Freighting Company, had a dangerous but essential job and he knew there was only one man for it, the legendary Wild Bill Hickok. Leland knew that only Wild Bill could ensure that an important gold shipment travel safely by stage from the Black Hills to the U.S. Mint in Denver. With Wild Bill as a driver, the stage had to make it through. But there was an even more important part of Bill's mission. Bill had to break up one of the cleverest and most vicious rings of thieves ever to terrorize the West, and send one message loud and clear: Steal gold from the U.S. Treasury and you'll face the harshest law in the West . . . gun law.

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Judd Cole was born indian and raised white.

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