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High Mile Rider (Linford Western Library)

by Jack Reason

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0708999492, Paperback)

McGinley was a loner, a natural drifter who had learned to survive the hard way. So it came as no surprise to find himself on the run from a hanging crazed sheriff, and accused of a violent killing he didn't commit...

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McGinley was a loner, a natural drifter who had learned to survive the hard way. So it came as no surprise to find himself on the run from a 'hanging-crazed' sheriff, and accused of a violent killing he didn't commit. But when mistaken identity and gold-hungry gunslingers are added to his troubles, McGinley takes to the snowy mountain trails in a bid to stay ahead of the bullets. Now death is never more than the next crack of ice away.… (more)

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