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Utah hell guns

Author: Steve Frazee
Publisher: Bath : Gunsmoke, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Three painted wagons and a broke whiskey barrel, and a man shot dead in front of him - that was the way Reno Keegan saw this Utah. It was hell, a camp of drunken bully boys on one side, a range full of killers on the other. Reno Keegan was working on the rail line and tons of rock needed to be blasted through. Would he live to see the jobs he'd started be finished?
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Genre/Form: Western stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Frazee
ISBN: 1405680199 9781405680196
OCLC Number: 57061582
Notes: Originally published: s.l.: Panther, 1968.
Description: 128 pages ; 20 cm
Responsibility: Steve Frazee.

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Three painted wagons and a broke whiskey barrel, and a man shot dead in front of him - that was the way Reno Keegan saw this Utah. It was hell, a camp of drunken bully boys on one side, a range full of killers on the other. Reno Keegan was working on the rail line and tons of rock needed to be blasted through. Would he live to see the jobs he'd started be finished?

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