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Last Stage to Lonesome (Linford Western…

Last Stage to Lonesome (Linford Western Library)

by Scott Connor

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 184782658X, Paperback)

A fierce gunfight leaves seven men dead, including Marshal McKinney, who with his dying breath entrusts Carter Malone with the task of taking his mysterious prisoner to Lonesome. With gunslingers along the trail aiming to free the prisoner and a stage full of people to protect, can he ever hope to reach Lonesome?

(retrieved from Amazon Wed, 15 Mar 2017 18:28:04 -0400)

Carter Malone is returning to Lonesome when a thunderstorm forces the stage to stop in Ferry Town. Then, when Bart Merrill rides into town, a gunfight erupts leaving seven men dead, including Marshal McKinney, who, before dying, entrusts Carter to continue the journey and deliver his mysterious prisoner to Lonesome. But there are gunslingers along the trail ready to free the prisoner and an old adversary from his troubled past turns up - can he ever hope to reach Lonesome?… (more)

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