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Kentucky Showdown by J. R. Roberts
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Kentucky Showdown

by J. R. Roberts

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0515153885, Mass Market Paperback)

DON’T BET ON IT...
 
Seems like everyone in Louisville has gambling advice for Clint Adams when he rides in for the Kentucky Derby, but the one tip he needs is the name of the man who’s watching him and why.
 
Clint’s pal Ben Canby thinks his stallion is going to win the race. He’s betting everything he’s got on the outcome. But one thing Clint’s finding out fast is there are some in town who don’t plan to wager on a long shot—whether the stake is a horse or a gunsmith…
 
Now it’s Clint’s job to keep the odds even, though he just might be gambling with his life…


OVER FIFTEEN MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:16 -0400)

"Seems like everyone in Louisville has gambling advice for Clint Adams when he rides in for the Kentucky Derby, but the one tip he needs is the name of the man who's watching him and why. Clint's pal Ben Canby thinks his stallion is going to win the race. He's betting everything he's got on the outcome. But one thing Clint's finding out fast is there are some in town who don't plan to wager on a long shot-- whether the stake is a horse or a gunsmith. Now it's Clint's job to keep the odds even, though he just might be gambling with his life" -- p. [4] of cover.… (more)

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