Idaho Gold Fever
MORE THAN 13 million copies in print
The trailsman protects a passel of prairie pioneers
Skye Fargo runs across a wagon train being “guarded” by some low-down men in the employ of one Victor Gore—a man who makes his money at others’ fatal expense. With Gore and his vermin on one side, and a band of angry Nez Perce Indians on the other, the Trailsman has to guide the settlers to their promised land—or they’ll be buried in it…
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