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Barbed Wire Noose by David Whitehead
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Barbed Wire Noose

by David Whitehead

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Tim Dennison died a slow and agonising death, but because he was a sheepman in a valley that was controlled by two powerful cattle-barons, no one cared if his killers got away with murder - except veteran town-tamer Sam Judge and his gun-swift young partner, Matt Dury. When they tangled with a bunch of masked gunmen in a shooting spree that left another two men dead, it became kind of personal. However, Dennison's death was the tip of the iceberg. Beneath the surface, the Tabosa Valley Sheep War was a powder-keg just waiting to blow.… (more)

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