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Assassin Trail

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Sheridan’s Light Horse, led by Major Tim McCord, brought terror to Southern families during the Civil War. They came out of the night, killing all males, irrespective of age, defiling all women and burning all property. They sent the used women away in carts, so that fear spread before them. When the war ended, McCord and his evil henchmen, Mordant, Hook and Faulkner, led the troop west to the cattle trails. They planned to steal a herd to sell in Topeka and move on to Huggett, Nebraska, to dispose of the loot amassed during the war. Then at Waco they tangled with Steve Grant! One righteous man against over two dozen war-hardened criminals didn’t sound like good odds but, there again, Grant wasn’t alone. He was partnered by Amos, an elderly black man, the only survivor of one of McCord’s butchering raids. All was going well, as the pair whittled down the opposition, until beautiful Jill Rankin was seized by McCord’s desperate and lust-filled men –... More > men who knew just what to do with a woman.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781909953215
Edition
1st ePub edition
Publisher
Burnham Priory Publications
Published
August 26, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
116.33 KB

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