Guns Along the Brazos

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Avalon Books, 2007 - Fiction - 216 pages
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Early one morning, the dawn raiders swooped down on the tiny west Kentucky farm where Ben Jury lived with his father. They came with blazing guns and the intent to kill, leaving Ben's father lying dead on the floor of the tiny farmhouse. The raiders made a mighty enemy in Ben, who will now stop at nothing to avenge the senseless killing of his father. Ben overheard the men talking, and he knows where they're headed. Now he's out for blood, to repay that of his father, and he's going to follow these killers, no matter where the journey takes him. He has no way of knowing how long the trail is or how bloody it might become as he tracks the killers all the way to Texas for a final showdown along the Brazos River.

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Owen G. Irons is a fifth-generation Californian whose family emigrated to that state when it was still a part of the Old West. He is dedicated to keeping that slice of history alive for his children and gradchildren. Guns Along the Brazos is his eighth western for AVALON. The Marshal from Texas, Guns of the Hawk, Outlaw Town, The Mustangers, Back to Texas, Action at Thunder Mountain, and The Outrider are also available.

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