Signet, 1997 - Fiction - 171 pages
Skye Fargo must hunt down a lone wagon train in the vast Wyoming territory to bring its passengers a cure for smallpox. But what's making things all the harder is the greed of the hard case men and soft seductive women who have insisted on joining him. The Trailsman is having trouble finding any kind hearts on this mission where everyone wants a little bit of slaughter to make the medicine go down!
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