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Blazing Bullets in Deadwood Gulch - Honey Beaulieu - Man Hunter #3 - cover

Blazing Bullets in Deadwood Gulch - Honey Beaulieu - Man Hunter #3

Jacquie Rogers

Publisher: Camp Rogers Press

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Summary

Honey Beaulieu, the heroine you always wanted to be! 
Wanted: Sean Chaney aka The Badger Claw Kid, $400, Last seen in Deadwood Gulch 
She's Flummoxed  
But first, she has to take care of a town urchin who shot her in the butt with a slingshot!  Does she have to spend her last nickel to buy a building for Emma’s sewing shop?  Who stole Louie Lewie’s nuts? 
She’s Fired Up 
Nothing gets Honey down--not pesky ghosts, not the despicable Badger Claw Kid, not Al Swearengen and his hired muscle, and not even a catastrophic town fire.  But can she capture Boyce McNitt, who eluded her in her last adventure?  And can she get Sam’s folks to safety? 
She's Fearless 
When Sean Chaney persists on robbing folks and putting his badger claw marks on them besides, she sets out to bring him in... and collect the bounty 
Deadwood Gulch is in flames but Deputy U.S. Marshal Sam Lancaster’s hotter! 
     
Don't miss the third installment of Honey Beaulieu - Man Hunter.  Buy it today! 
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Other books by Jacquie Rogers 
Honey Beaulieu - Man Hunter series 
Hot Work in Fry Pan Gulch 
Sidetracked in Silver City 
Romance 
Hearts of Owyhee series 
Much Ado About Madams 
Much Ado About Marshals 
Much Ado About Miners 
Much Ado About Mavericks 
Much Ado About Mustangs 
Idaho Fairytale Bride (Rocky Mountain Romances series #2) 
Mercy: Bride of Idaho (American Mail-Order Bride series #43) 
Mail Order Tangle (with Caroline Clemmons) 
Sleight of Heart 
Fantasy Western Romance 
Have Wand Will Travel 
Willow, Wish For Me

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