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Gunfighter's return

Author: Leslie Ernenwein
Publisher: Bath : Gunsmoke, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Jim Rimbaud was a gunsmoke legend on both sides of the Mexican border, and when he rode back to Junction City, silence fell over the town like a dead man's body from a hanging tree. What was the lanky, silent gunfighter doing in town? Only Rinbaud knew why he was there--and he wasn't telling. But whenever Rimbaud arrived in a town somebody died not much later. Junction City was a powder keg and Rimbaud was the spark  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Western stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leslie Ernenwein
ISBN: 9781405682381 1405682388
OCLC Number: 276648473
Description: 171 pages ; 20 cm
Responsibility: Leslie Ernenwein.

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Jim Rimbaud was a gunsmoke legend on both sides of the Mexican border, and when he rode back to Junction City, silence fell over the town like a dead man's body from a hanging tree. What was the lanky, silent gunfighter doing in town? Only Rinbaud knew why he was there--and he wasn't telling. But whenever Rimbaud arrived in a town somebody died not much later. Junction City was a powder keg and Rimbaud was the spark waiting to set it off.

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