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Big Trouble in a Small Town by Jim Kennison
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Big Trouble in a Small Town

by Jim Kennison

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"If the Bartonville posse chasing Clemet Morgan had been real sheriffs, and if Morgan had broken the law, the story might have been different. But the badge-wearing thugs who were hot on his trail were the hired guns of land baron Jason Barton. In a fair fight witnessed by many townspeople, Morgan killed Barton's son, Chad. Barton's brand of justice would be quick and final if the posse overtook Morgan. Private investigator Morgan, hired by Red Mountain rancher Seth Ruddell to solve the mystery of Ruddell's sheep gone missing, uncovers a web of murder, thievery, kidnapping, and deception--propagated by Barton--that brings fear and mistrust to the residents of the small community"--from inside book cover.… (more)

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