Sixguns and Double Eagles

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Penguin, Jan 1, 1998 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Two young gunslingers ride into the heart of evil in this Ralph Compton western...

Nathan Stone was a legendary gunfighter who did everything he could to be a father—while still following his own violent trail of honor. Now Wes Stone, barely eighteen, but full of the hard wisdom of the West, is being drawn into the kind of fight that cost his father his life.

A secret organization of criminals is replacing freshly minted gold with counterfeit coins, threatening to plunge the growing nation into crisis. Called upon to penetrate this conspiracy that reaches from New Orleans to California, Wes and his fellow warrior, El Lobo, find themselves targeted by hired killers with a deadly plan of their own...

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Contents

St Louis October 1 1884
Washington DC October 2 1884
St Louis October 71884
St Louis October 91884
New Orleans October 12 1884
St Louis October 3 1884
Washington DC October 131884
New Orleans October 14 1884
The Colorado River Southeastern Utah January 2 1885
Pioche Nevada January 15 1885
Tonopah Nevada January 18 1885
Wellington Nevada January 23 1885
Carson City Nevada February 1 1885
Washington DC February 2 1885
San Francisco California February 6 1885
San Francisco California February 8 1885

St Louis October 14 1884
Kansas City October 181884
Dodge City Kansas October 19 1884
Dodge City Kansas October 20 1884
Dodge City Kansas October 21 1884
Wichita Kansas October 21 1884
Dodge City Kansas October 27 1884
Dodge City Kansas October 29 1884
Dodge City Kansas November 15 1884
Dodge City Kansas November 16 1884
Southern Colorado November 18 1884
Santa Fe New Mexico December 17 1884
Boulder Colorado December 18 1884
Santa Fe New Mexico December 241884
Santa Fe New Mexico December 25 1884
San Francisco California February 10 1885
San Francisco California February 12 1885
San Francisco California February 15 1985
San Francisco Caufornia February 17 1885
Denver Colorado February 23 1885
San Francisco California February 26 1885
Denver Colorado March 1 1885
San Francisco California March 2 1885
San Francisco California March 3 1885
San Francisco California March 6 1885
Denver Colorado March 6 1885
In the foothills of the Sierra Nevada March 10 1885
Tucson Arizona March 19 1885
THE WILD BREED
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About the author (1998)

Ralph Compton stood six-foot-eight without his boots. He worked as a musician, a radio announcer, a songwriter, and a newspaper columnist. His first novel, The Goodnight Trail, was a finalist for the Western Writers of America Medicine Pipe Bearer Award for best debut novel. He was also the author of the Sundown Rider series and the Border Empire series.


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