Pistols and Powder
Society had turned its back on them, and they were only too happy to return the favor. The Outcasts, unwanted by their own people, had no one to rely on but themselves. Together they rode west, seeking a land where they would be free to live as they wanted. But Fate provided a detour on their journey--one that was armed and dangerous.
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