Rio Pecos Compound: Book Six of the Clint Mason Series

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Author House, Oct 31, 2012 - Fiction - 130 pages
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A very dangerous task lies ahead of Clint Mason. Since he’s wanted for murder and he knows many are out to kill him, he returns to California in secret... where he can’t help stealing two ripe shipments of gold. Luckily, a mysterious phantom rider soon comes along and Clint’s forgotten. By all means, he continues using bravery and deadly force to achieve justice, and chancing death-defying risks for huge stakes at every turn. Will his next showdown be his last?
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
5
Chapter 3
7
Chapter 4
10
Chapter 5
13
Chapter 6
16
Chapter 7
20
Chapter 8
23
Chapter 12
58
Chapter 13
69
Chapter 14
76
Chapter 15
90
Chapter 16
97
Chapter 17
103
Chapter 18
113
Chapter 19
119

Chapter 9
34
Chapter 10
41
Chapter 11
50
Chapter 20
123
About the Author
124
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About the author (2012)

William F. Martin was born on a Kentucky farm and moved west in the mid-sixties on an assignment with the federal government’s program to help Native Americans. His assignment to Santa Fe, New Mexico, began a lifetime love affair with the American West. His writing interest was developed with the publishing of many technical journal articles and textbooks on environmental and engineering issues. He obtained a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Kentucky and a M.S. degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Texas.



After assignments in South Dakota, Arizona, and Texas, he has lived near the Gulf of Mexico on Treasure Island, Florida, and in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Boone, North Carolina.

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