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At Pinney's Ranch - cover

At Pinney's Ranch

Edward Bellamy

Publisher: Sheba Blake Publishing

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Summary

From the first time that John Lansing and Mary Hollister laid eyes on one another, they shared a special connection that seemed to transcend space and time. After their marriage, Lansing suddenly finds himself the subject of an intense manhunt and flees town. Will their strange link be able to survive his exile?
Available since: 12/13/2021.
Print length: 11 pages.

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