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Travis: A Western Duo (Five Star Western…

Travis: A Western Duo (Five Star Western Series)

by T. T. Flynn

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"This new duo of Western novels opens with When a Gunman Steals a War. Tom Fortune? sentenced to twenty years in prison is paroled. He returns to Sundown country and the XO Ranch of which he was half owner? only to find that Sheriff Bent Hooker and his two brothers now own the XO? and are fast taking over everywhere. Is it possible for him to fight this combination when he cannot? as a condition of his parole? use a gun or even become involved in anything considered troublemaking? Travis is the story of Roger Travis who returns from Central America? where he nearly died. Landing in San Francisco? he tries to draw against a certificate of deposit at the South Bay Bank? only to learn that his account has been cleaned out by Roger Travis. This fake Roger Travis believes the the real Roger Travis is dead. When he finds out he isn?t? he knows there is only one way to deal with the problem." -- from publisher's website.… (more)

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