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Slocum 377: Slocum and the Four Seasons by…

Slocum 377: Slocum and the Four Seasons

by Jake Logan

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SLOCUM's running hot and cold...

When Slocum gets his hands on some stolen silver, he slips into Tombstone hoping to enjoy his winnings peacefully. But that's not the case as he gets in the middle of a family dispute over a mine, between lovely sisters named after the seasons of the year.

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"One man's misfortune is another man's gain. In John Slocum's case, he gets his hands on some road agents' poorly hidden bags of stolen silver. Making off with the loot, he slips into Tombstone hoping to enjoy his winnings peacefully. But that's never the case for someone like Slocum... Easy on the eyes, Spring Atkins can make a man feel warm inside, but her heart is cold as ice. Slocum's instinct is on the mark when he learns from her sisters--Summer and Autumn--that Spring stole the ore-rich Silver Chalice mine from them. He knows better than to get in the middle of a family dispute, but when the road agents come looking for revenge, he can use the seasons to his advantage--if they don't leave him as dead as a winter frost..."--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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