No Gold on Boothill
The final adventure of the Spur Award-winning author's most famous character, the Pecos Kid, highlights this trio of classic novellas. Pecos and his partners are once again up against cattle and mining baron Jawn Ridley, who's trying to drive struggling homesteaders out of the Montana Territory. The other two novellas feature Comanche John, another recurring character.
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