Hawks and Eagles
Though constantly dodging bullets, Joe Good refuses to carry a gun. His weapon of choice: a supple blacksnake whip capable of splitting a hair or slicing open a wide gash of flesh with just a deft flick of his wrist. Using all the skills and cunning at his disposal, Joe plans to take out the ranchers who killed his father, one by one. But the Altons are a powerful family who own most of the land--and the men--around Fort Willow. If Joe doesn't act fast, he won't live to see his vengeance.
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