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Red River Reckoning (The Trailsman #339)

by Jon Sharpe

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0451228758, Mass Market Paperback)

There's blood in the water...

And the trailsman is gonna go swimmin'!


Fargo is working as a scout along the Red River when he comes across a trio of butchered bodies. The victims were delivering supplies to the reservations. And while most think Indian renegades are to blame, Fargo has a hunch that someone on the river has been playing pirate. And when he finds them, the Trailsman is going to blow them out of the water...

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"Fargo is working as a scout along the Red River when he comes across a trio of butchered bodies--the corpses of men who were delivering supplies to the reservations. While most think Indian renegades are to blame, Fargo has a hunch that someone on the river has been playing pirate. When the Trailsman finds the bloodthirsty buccaneers, he is going to blow them out of the water."--p. [4] of cover.… (more)

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