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The Valley of the Tucas
A Will Cannon, Bounty Hunter, Book 15
Voice Cat LLC by Doug Spence
Spieldauer: 3 Std. und 7 Min.
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The governor of Wyoming asks Will to find out the truth about a group of strange people living in the Valley of the Tucas. Will knows this tribe of mixed-breed outlaws are causing part of the trouble in the area, but he also thinks a gang of white outlaws are doing some of the robberies and murders there. Will hopes the white outlaws are the Blackman Gang. Will rides to Wyoming and finds plenty of trouble but he enlists the help of some young cowboys and together they fight the outlaws.
Slade Rawlins was a gun for hire with a price on his head. His guns had sent many a cowboy, bounty hunter, or wannabe quick draw to an early grave in Boot Hill. The day he gunned down a territorial sheriff was the day that US Marshal Harry Finch was given the assignment to bring him in. Harry's journey would take him out of his comfort zone and once again into the Wild West where he would encounter not only the deadly pistols of Slade Rawlins, but cross paths with the Avery twins, and the lovely Amanda Wilson as well.
He journeyed home now after the end of that war; His uniformed tattered, his heart bleeding and sore. All that sustained him, was his thoughts of Kate. It's all that kept him from entering into hell's gate. A seasoned man returning no longer a boy, ready to put away his guns. Ready to settle down get the ranch going raise some sons.
Riding west to find a new life for himself and his beloved Amelia, Justin faces murderers on the trail. In Bent's fort he finds friends, but also a traitor planning to take the fort with the help of the Comanche. Warned, he prepares the fort and its people for the attack.
Charged with the dangerous mission of bringing a ring of outlaws responsible for the continuing robberies of bank shipments to justice, Dusty Dakota arrives in Deacon Hill only to discover a web of lawlessness so big it'll take all of his wiles and cunning to survive the twists and turns of the chase and bring the outlaws to justice. This is the latest western adventure from the pen of best-selling Western author Robert Hanlon.
A former NFL star, Lakeebee Jackson is old, broke, handicapped and forgotten. But one day, he enters into a motel in his wheelchair with a pretty Asian woman, and what ensues is the most puzzling stay motel owner Ziggy Patel ever experiences. The Lakeebee Jackson Motel Story touches on the lives of Asian and Indian blue-collar workers and former professional African-American athletes.
Camping overnight in a draw on the newly released lands of the old XIT Ranch, Will Gantry suddenly feels an odd and welcome sense of belonging. He becomes friends with Dan, a deputy sheriff, a beautiful woman, and a young boy. He begins to make solid plans for the future that include an old cowboy named Pete and the professor. Will decides his idea of wandering down to Old Mexico can wait, maybe forever.
The Light is his city's patron superhero. As his sidekick Red, Zach Redinger, is suddenly thrust into a world without his champion after the mighty TL falls to a mysterious super-powered madman known only as Black. Now Red, a speedster named Janet, and Franklin (The Light's wheelchair-bound former side-kick,) must find Black and prevent his horrible plans from coming to fruition. If they can't pinpoint this maniac before his doomsday weapon is activated tomorrow might not come for anyone.