Noose at Sundown

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Amazon Pub, Feb 1, 1997 - Fiction - 185 pages
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Spenser Whitlock knows the ins and outs of blacksmithing. As for his rather honorary title of Deputy Marshal, he had seldom been called upon to keep the peace or arrest anyone in Sundown. When a killer embarks upon a murder spree, he is frantic to discover the reason why and the person responsible for the killings. Callie Dyer, the target of Spenser's affections, has a dark secret from her past. Exposed, that secret turns her into a fugitive, and she ends up charged with murder and facing a noose at Sundown!

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1997)

Terrell L. Bowers sometimes thinks he was born with boots and spurs. His father was his inspiration. He provided Terrell with his own horse and cows to ride and rope. Whether on small acre lots or fair-sized farms, he always had a horse and rope handy. Terrell shared his father's enthusiasm for Westerns and grew up rooting for Bob Steele, Johnny Mack Brown, Roy Rogers, and John Wayne. Western blood is in his veins, and he loves to create a new story, new characters, and then let his imagination run wild. "Fortunately," Terrell writes, "I have a beautiful, loving wife and two angelic girls, who understand and accept my endless hours at a typewriter. My principal desire is that somewhere there are Western lovers who find my stories entertaining.

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