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Shoot-out at Broken Bow by Charles G. West


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Luke's Gold, July 2022
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Mark of the Hunter, May 2022
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The Devil's Posse, April 2022
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Montana Territory, August 2020
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Shoot-out at Broken Bow
Charles G. West

June 2022
On Sale: May 24, 2022
Featuring: Billy; Casey Dixon; Roy Blanton
240 pages
ISBN: 0593441435
EAN: 9780593441435
Kindle: B002GJGIGS
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
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Thriller Crime | Thriller | Western

Outlaw Roy Blanton’s raised his four boys in the family business since they were half-pints—and they've gotten away with murder. That is, until U.S. Deputy Marshal Casey Dixon had hot-headed Billy, the youngest, hanged for shooting a policeman. Now the Blantons have vengeance on their minds.
Old Buck Avery, Dixon’s partner, had been thinking of turning in his badge. And taking down the Blanton name sounds like a fine way to leave the law on a high note. But it's going to get bloody--because the house of Blanton isn't going to fall without a fight...


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