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Desperate Man

by Wayne D. Overholser

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WesternLarge Print EditionIf a man gets desperate enough, hell gamble his life for a dream. Dave Munros father had but he had lost. He had died for his Big Ten Ranch, and now it was up to Dave himself to keep the dream alive. It was the dream that kept Dave going in the long hard winter following Joe Munros death. The dream and the thought of what he would do when he finally caught up with his fathers killer. And no one, he knew, would dare to call it murder . . .

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Dave Munro's father had died for his Big Ten Ranch, and now it was up to Dave himself to keep the dream alive by finding his father's killer once and for all.

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