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Bloodlust - Jonas Cane US Marshal #1

P. K. Vandcast

Publisher: Jon J. Cardwell

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Summary

THERE'S A RUTHLESS KILLER LOOSE IN COCHISE COUNTY 
Jonas Cane is a peace officer with a problem; he has a gift that allows him to anticipate what others are doing. The gift has mad him the fastest gun in the west; however, it has come with a price--painful headaches... and fragmented dreams. 
When evil comes to the Arizona Territory, Cane's power seems to be ineffective in tracking down a deranged killer. 
Welcome to the mining town of Bisbee in Cochise County. It's 1881 and Bisbee is located 25 miles south of Tombstone, the county seat. While Tombstone has its difficulties with character clashes between the Cowboys and the Earps, Bisbee is not without its problems. Bisbee has to deal with the most sinister madman the west has ever seen. 
It is up to Deputy U.S. Marshal Jonas Cane to keep the peace and bring a criminal to justice. 
Will he do it? 
Can he do it? 
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