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The Travails of Fannie Moss

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Fannie Moss meets the strongest challenge in her life. Word had spread that Jed Staples' gang was on their way to break their boss out of jail. Four men, two his brothers, rode their horses into the ground to get there. Pioneers came one by one to a land in the Rocky Mountains to mine for silver and gold. In time, they endeavor to build themselves a town. William Ridley built a log cabin for him and his family in 1856. In 1876, Fannie Moss was hired as the town’s Marshall. She had all the makings of a law woman. The Town Council wasn’t so sure about hiring a woman until they saw her actually track down Jeb Staples, who shot the bartender at the Sleepy Gulch Saloon. Jeb Staples is a giant of a man, and a bit crazy sometimes. Nobody wanted to go after him. Fannie had been back only a short time when it happened. Herman Haas was one of Fannie’s best friends. It really disgusted her to hear that no one was brave enough to go after Jeb Staples, so she decided to... More > go after him herself.< Less
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ISBN
9781387552672
Edition
1
Published
February 22, 2018
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
45.73 KB
Product ID
23536580

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