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Death in Durango (Linford Western Library S.)

by Henry Remington

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0708949142, Paperback)

Bounty hunter James Slaughter rides into the Mexican border town of Durango in search of a fortune in silver secreted by his father, Don Arturo. But Dona Andrea, the haciendado's mistress, wants the treasure for herself. Bullets fly as Slaughter and his sidekicks fight their way to hell and back.

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Bounty hunter James Slaughter rides into the Mexican border town of Durango in search of a fortune in silver, secreted by his father, Don Arturo. But Dona Andrea, the haciendado's mistress, wants the treasure for herself. As leader Benito Juarez imposes his iron rule over Mexico, the beautiful former nun Angostina struggles to run her orphanage under harassment from Arsenio Romero, the lecherous jefe politico. Can Slaughter find the loot and rescue Angostina from Romero?… (more)

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