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The Loner by J.A. Johnstone1
The Loner: The Devil's Badland by William W. Johnstone2
The Loner: Dead Man's Gold by J.A. Johnstone3
The Loner: The Big Gundown by J.A. Johnstone4
The Loner: Rattlesnake Valley by J.A. Johnstone5
The Loner: Seven Days to Die by J.A. Johnstone6
The Loner: The Bounty Killers by J.A. Johnstone7
The Loner: Trail of Blood by J.A. Johnstone8
The Loner: Killer Poker by J.A. Johnstone9
The Loner: The Blood of Renegades by J.A. Johnstone10
The Loner: Crossfire by J.A. Johnstone11
The Loner: Inferno by J.A. Johnstone12
The Loner: Brutal Vengeance by J.A. Johnstone13
The Loner: Hard Luck Money by J.A. Johnstone14
Bullets Don't Die (Loner, Book 13) (The Loner) by J.A. Johnstone15
The Loner: The Big Gundown [graphic audio] by J.A. Johnstonegraphic audio 4
The Loner: Seven Days to Die [graphic audio] by William W. Johnstonegraphic audio 6
The Loner: The Bounty Killers [graphic audio] by J.A. Johnstonegraphic audio 7
The Loner: Trail of Blood [graphic audio] by J.A. Johnstonegraphic audio 8
The Loner: Killer Poker [graphic audio] by J.A. Johnstonegraphic audio 9
The Loner: Brutal Vengeance [graphic audio] by J.A. Johnstonegraphic audio 13

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Most people have no idea that successful young businessman Conrad Browning is the son of legendary gunfighter Frank Morgan. And that's one secret he plans to keep--until his beautiful wife, Rebel, was kidnapped by a group of deadly bandits. Like Father--Deadly Like Son--Deadlier

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