The Naked Lady of Whispering Gulch
By O'Neil De Noux
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Published: Feb. 11, 2012
Words: 6,322 (approximate)
Whispering Gulch wasn’t much of a town. Didn’t even have a boot hill like Tombstone. On a dusty day, near the end of the 19th Century, a Pinkerton man arrives in Whispering Gulch on a wandering daughter case.
Whispering Gulch wasn’t much of a town. Didn’t even have a boot hill like Tombstone. On a dusty day, near the end of the 19th Century, a Pinkerton man arrives in Whispering Gulch on a wandering daughter case. Hired by the wealthy father who’d received letters from his daughter post marked ‘Whispering Gulch’, the Pinkerton man shows a photo around. Several old timers claim this could be the ‘nekked lady’. Could this be a prank? Were the old timers leading him out into the desert to leave him? When an angelic, blonde, naked lady steps from the darkness to take a moonlit bath in Whispering Gulch, well, it’s no joke anymore.
Lust turns to love and the Pinkerton Man has his wandering daughter. Or does he?
, historical fiction
, love story
, western historical
, detective historical
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