Fire and Gunsmoke
From veteran western writer Doyle Trent comes a straight-shooting tale of vigilante vengeance. The battle over property ownership in the Maxwell Land Grant had been raging across the land and in the courts for 20 bloody years. But when a new outbreak of outlaw justice targets Wild Bill Watson and Pegleg Peterson, the pair fight back with both barrels.
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