Reckoning at Raindance

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Avalon Books, 2005 - Fiction - 184 pages
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Jack Dancer is on the run for a crime he did not commit. Yielding to the tearful pleas of a beautiful woman, Linda Macklin, he finds himself protecting the life of her father, Rad Macklin, the very man he is accused of murdering. In unraveling the mystery of who is behind the attempts on Rad's life, Dancer puts his own on the line.

The gang of outlaws who attempted to kill Rad and frame Dancer plots to acquire the ranch and the outlaw gold hidden on the property. They kidnap Linda when they learn that her father survived their ambush, threatening to kill her if Rad doesn't sign over the deed.

The desperate search for the gold and for Linda's kidnappers moves this fast-paced adventure to an exciting and powerful conclusion, pitting Dancer against the guns of a pack of vicious killers.

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Pete Peterson is highly regarded as a writer and as an award-winning artist whose paintings are featured on the covers of this and other books. He is the great-grandson of a Confederate veteran and descended from Cherokees who trudged the Trail of Tears. He is a devotee and student of frontier history and fiction, and a lover of western art. He resides with his wife in Oklahoma.

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