Redemption Tales
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    Redeeming Reputation: Redemption Tales, Book 1 | George McVey

    Redeeming Reputation: Redemption Tales, Book 1

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    • By George McVey
    • Narrated By Joe Pike
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    Nathan Ryder wants nothing more than to get to Redemption, New Mexico, and start his career as a circuit riding preacher. He stops to meet up with his grandfather in Franklin, Missouri only to find that his grandfather has died. He steps in to save a damsel in distress and at the end of the night Nathan has gained the reputation as a fast gun hand. Every time he tries to be who he thinks he's supposed to be another gunslinger comes and the body count rises. Nathan's anxiety rises with it.

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    Redeeming Trail: Redemption Tales, Book 2 | George McVey

    Redeeming Trail: Redemption Tales, Book 2

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    • By George McVey
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    "The Preacher" Nathan Ryder and his new wife, Grace, are finally on their way to Redemption to start their new life. With some old friends, a wealthy Eastern family, and a bunch of freed slaves, they've set out for the New Mexico Territory. The Santa Fe Trail is dangerous in the best of times, even for the most experienced wagon masters and scouts. Add a gunslinger determined to have a showdown with The Preacher to the normal dangers of the trail and you have a recipe for adventure.

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