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Dogs of the Captain by Max Brand

Dogs of the Captain

by Max Brand

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0843958731, Mass Market Paperback)

When the character of Cole Lavery first appeared in the 1940s, readers immediately fell in love with the jack-of-all-trades who had a slow smile and a fast gun. And now, for the first time in paperback, all the Cole Lavery stories have been finally collected in one volume. The action flows seamlessly from one adventure to the next as Cole battles river pirates, a notorious bandit, and an unscrupulous robber baron; as he journeys to California on a wagon train beset by smallpox; and as he strives to attain the land and freedom that can only be found in the American West.

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When Captain Slocums four huge guard dogs are about to run him down, Don Grier doesnt flinch, earning him the intimidating captains respect. Slocum even agrees to fund Griers quest for the truth about the murder his father was hanged for.

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