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Slocum and the Nebraska Swindle (Slocum Series #287)

by Jake Logan

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When Slocum gets involved with a comely woman with a head for business, he has no idea he's about to get wrapped up in something much less pleasant than her ever-lovin' arms.

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John Slocum and his pard have finally steered two thousand head of cattle from Abilene, Texas, to their Nebraska home. There, Slocum discovers a plot to bring an imagin ary railraod to the small town.

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