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Summary

As sleepy as Buffalo Peak's been, legendary marshal Elwood "Firestick" McQueen and his deputies "Beartooth" Skinner and "Moosejaw" Hendricks never expected a couple of drifters to wake it up - by kidnapping two lovely ladies in town.

Hardly the sharpest quills on a cactus, these dim drifters call it courtin'. Firestick doesn't see it that way. Now the woman snatchers are heading for West Texas with their reluctant brides-to-be...and unwittingly plunging trackers Firestick and Moosejaw headlong into a rescue. With only Beartooth keeping the peace back home, Buffalo Peak's wide open for an outlaw ambush.

Sure as dirt, a gang of owlhoots clean out the bank, grab a hostage, and fled, spurring Beartooth on a deadly chase. In one lousy day, a lot of people have gotten on Firestick's bad side. And with rifle cocked, and vengeance burning, Elwood "Firestick" McQueen is going to prove just how unforgiving his bad side can be.

©2018 J.A. Johnstone (P)2021 Recorded Books

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  • 28-08-21

Too much profanity including blasphemy.

Disappointing! I have read a lot of Johnstone books but seems like the grandson doesn't write with the same moral guage as William.