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The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st Century

They called him Flintlock. A bounty hunter with an ancient Hawken muzzle loader and his own way of doing business on the frontier. A loner who has brought down the most vicious killers in the West, Flintlock is a towering, daring hero in William and J.A. Johnstone's electrifying new saga.

Drawn To A Killing Ground. . .

$10,000. That's bounty on the head of the most hated man in Texas—the man that Flintlock has been hired to guard. The crime was the brutal murder of a young school-teacher. The verdict was not guilty for lack of evidence. And the suspected killer's first guard was murdered by a shotgun blast. What makes Flintlock believe in this man's innocence? Call it a gut instinct. Or call maybe just a hankering for a fight. Because Flintlock knows that some very powerful and dangerous people are trying to make a man look guilty as sin. The only way for Flintlock to get the truth now is to go gunning for it—on a bad man's blood-soaked killing ground. . .


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Publisher: Kensington

Kindle Book

  • Release date: October 7, 2014

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  • ISBN: 9780786033591
  • Release date: October 7, 2014

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  • ISBN: 9780786033591
  • File size: 908 KB
  • Release date: October 7, 2014

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The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st Century

They called him Flintlock. A bounty hunter with an ancient Hawken muzzle loader and his own way of doing business on the frontier. A loner who has brought down the most vicious killers in the West, Flintlock is a towering, daring hero in William and J.A. Johnstone's electrifying new saga.

Drawn To A Killing Ground. . .

$10,000. That's bounty on the head of the most hated man in Texas—the man that Flintlock has been hired to guard. The crime was the brutal murder of a young school-teacher. The verdict was not guilty for lack of evidence. And the suspected killer's first guard was murdered by a shotgun blast. What makes Flintlock believe in this man's innocence? Call it a gut instinct. Or call maybe just a hankering for a fight. Because Flintlock knows that some very powerful and dangerous people are trying to make a man look guilty as sin. The only way for Flintlock to get the truth now is to go gunning for it—on a bad man's blood-soaked killing ground. . .


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