Ransom Riders

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 2001 - Fiction - 230 pages
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Jim McCutcheon and Jake Penn are down on their luck, and in desperate need of work. Then an old friend of Pennrs"s -millionaire Abel Blain -entrusts him with an important and secret mission. Unfortunately this trust doesnrs"t extend to McCutcheon -who moves on to find his own employment. In the town of Black Hill, McCutcheon finds out the secret behind the secret mission. Blainrs"s niece has been kidnapped and he hired Penn as one of the ransom riders who will deliver the money and bring her back safely. Worried for Pennrs"s safety, McCutcheon follows their trail.McCutcheon is right to be worried. One of the ransom riders is not what he seems, and when he reveals his true colors, Penn finds himself surrounded by enemies -and the last remaining hope for a young girlrs"s survivalhellip;

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Judson Gray is the pseudonym of an award-winning newspaper editor and reporter, well-known for his novels of the American frontier. He lives in Chuckey, Tennessee with his wife, Rhonda, and their three children.

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