Trail's End

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The Floating Press, Oct 1, 2012 - Fiction - 312 pages
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Ascalon was the end of the trail for thirsty cowboys who gave vent to their pent-up feelings without restraint. Calvin Morgan was not concerned with its wickedness until Seth Craddock's malevolence directed itself against him. Now he is determined not to emerge from the maelstrom until he has obliterated every vestige of lawlessness -- and assured himself of the safety of a certain dark-eyed girl.
 

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Contents

Chapter I The Unconquered Land
5
Chapter II The Meat Hunter
15
Chapter III First Blood
26
Chapter IV The Optimist Explains
39
Chapter V Ascalon Awake
55
Chapter VI Riders of the Chisholm Trail
65
Chapter VII A Gentle Cowboy Joke
76
Chapter VIII The Avatism of a Man
85
Chapter XVI The Meat Hunter Comes
178
Chapter XVII With Clean Hands
189
Chapter XVIII A Bondsman Breathes Easier
205
Chapter XIX The Curse of Blood
212
Chapter XX Unclean
222
Chapter XXI As One that is Dead
228
Chapter XXII Whiners at the Funeral
233
Chapter XXIII Ascalon Curls its Lip
246

Chapter IX News from Ascalon
98
Chapter X The Hour of Vengeance
108
Chapter XI The Penalty
120
Chapter XII In Place of a Regiment
135
Chapter XIII The Hand of the Law
150
Chapter XIV Some Fool with a Gun
157
Chapter XV Will His Luck Hold?
167
Chapter XXIV Madness of the Winds
262
Chapter XXV A Summons at Sunrise
275
Chapter XXVI In the Square at Ascalon
284
Chapter XXVII Absolution
298
Chapter XXVIII Sunset
307
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