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The Third Western Novel MEGAPACK®: 4 Great Western Novels! - cover

The Third Western Novel MEGAPACK®: 4 Great Western Novels!

Chuck Martin, Noel Loomis, William Colt MacDonald, Alan Le May

Publisher: Wildside Press

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Summary

The Third Western Novel MEGAPACK® presents four more great tales of the Old West, by four different writers. Included in this volume are:
FERGUSON'S FERRY, by Noel Loomis ... The ferry as the only crossing over the Missouri to the beckoning West, and many men battled to wrest it from Sandy John Ferguson...
BOOTHILL GOSPEL, by Chuck Martin ... Men listened to his gospel -- or died by his gun!
HELL GATE, by William Colt MacDonald .. Killing men was just another job to Quist...
GUNSIGHT TRAIL, by Alan Le May ... A six-shooter siege at the Lazy M ranch!

If you enjoy this volume of classic westerns, don't forget to search your favorite ebook store for "Wildside Press Megapack" to see the 220+ other entries in this series, covering westerns and historical fiction, science fiction, fantasy, horror, mysteries -- and much, much more!

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