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Jim Thorp had killed plenty of men. They deserved to die. Thorp was a hard man, made so by a bloody Civil War. But he didn't relish this visit to Bethesda Falls. His old sweetheart Anna worked there as a school-teacher and he was hunting her brother, Clyde, for armed robbery and other more terrible crimes. He didn't want to hurt Anna but it looked like he would anyway. Clyde, the foreman of the M-bar-W ranch, is due to wed Ellen, the rancher's daughter. He's also poisoning the old man to hasten the inheritance. Thorp's presence in town starts the downward slide to violence, when not only is Ellen's life in danger, but also that of Anna and Thorp himself. It is destined to end in violence and death.
Death at Bethesda Falls (Black Horse Western) download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Ross Morton
ISBN: 0709084323
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd (July 31, 2007)
Pages: 160 pages