Slocum and the Carnahan Boys

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Jove Books, 2002 - Fiction - 264 pages
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When Tip and Pat Carnahan roll into Carson City, all the way from County Cork, Ireland, Slocum knows that his fat-cat days with the lovely Carmella and her brother are over- at least for a while. With the help of Carmella's powerful persuasion, Slocum agrees to help the poor lads find their father-who they believe to be in mortal danger. With the knack these to have for getting into trouble, along with all the ladies they meet along the way, Slocum got his hands more than full. But when they find out what kind of man their father really is, preserving his life becomes the last thing on their minds.

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Slocum Westerns are the longest running series of Westerns ever written, encompassing over 400 books, all of which are published under the pen name Jake Logan. The books have been written by a number of authors, and all feature John Slocum as the protagonist. John Slocum is a decent man who will do whatever it takes to survive what life in the Western Frontier throws at him. A Confederate soldier who lost his ancestral home to carpetbaggers after the Civil War and never went back, Slocum is as tough a gunfighter as they come. Slocum's adventures have taken him across most of the American West. He has been a soldier, slave, stage driver, bank robber, lawman, pioneer, cowboy, sheepherder, poor man, rich man, gambler, and drifter.

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