Gunman's Goal: A Western Story
Even a legend has to start somewhere -- and this is the story of the first adventure of James Geraldi, legendary outlaw of the old, wild, West. Geraldi was never known to prey upon the unwitting and defenseless. He was that most extraordinary kind of thief who stole only from other thieves. As a matter of fact, he was running away from one whose pocket he had picked when he first encountered Louise Asprey, and became involved in a search for her missing father that led to intrigue, betrayal, and a cold-blooded killer ....
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