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First in the blazing Western series featuring two reluctant heroes from the bestselling authors of the First Mountain Man and Last Gunfighter novels.
In frontier literature, the name "Johnstone" means big, hard-hitting Western adventure told at a breakneck pace. Now, the bestselling authors kick off a rollicking, dramatic new series—with the first novel about a pair of not-quite-over-the-hill drifters winding
Rollicking Western adventure featuring two hardheaded cowboys who veer towards the wrong side of the law by the authors of the Last Gunfighter series.
Here's Your Gold. Now Fight for It . . .
Sometimes, it's bad to be good. That's what happens when Scratch Morton and Bo Creel are rewarded with a gold mine for saving a rich man's bacon. The catch: this mine is a magnet for marauding Mexican banditos. Budding capitalists,
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|1 of 1||North Natomas||LARGE PRINT WESTERN Johnstone, W.|
|0 of 1||Sylvan Oaks||LARGE PRINT WESTERN Johnstone, W.|
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|c2010.||Center Point large print ed.||Center Point Pub.,||334 p. (large print) ; 23 cm.|
LARGE PRINT WESTERN Johnstone, W.
Famed for The Last Gunfighter and Mountain Man sagas, master storyteller William W. Johnston joins forces with J.A. Johnstone to let loose a pair of the most unforgettable, trouble prone, hard fighting cowboys the West has ever known, who are about to step in the biggest hornet's nest in Colorado Territory...
A Good Name For A Very Bad Town
Bo Creel and Scratch Morton have a lot of experience with the law: they've been...
There are Old West heroes of courage and conviction—and then there are the Sidewinders. Bullets fly in this rowdy adventure from the bestselling authors.
William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone bring back those beloved, bumbling cowboys, Bo Creel and Scratch Morton. As usual, despite their best efforts, deep trouble has a way of tracking them down . . .
Knocking on Trouble's Door
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