Zane Grey's Laramie Nelson: The Other Side of the Canyon
A silent man who let his guns speak for him, Laramie Nelson was a seasoned Indian fighter, cowhand, shootist, and jack-of-all-trades. And although he was one of the most feared gunmen in the Old West, Nelson was a man of honor whose word was as good as his aim.
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