By Frederick H. Christian
Published by Piccadilly Publishing
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Published: July 12, 2012
Words: 45,606 (approximate)
Frank Angel was a gun-swift agent of the Justice Department. The name of his game was death and he got the job done any way he could. The raiders who stole an Army payroll were about to find this out - - the hard way. (Frank Angel Western #1)
Swift, deadly and merciless were the raiders who hit the Kansas ranch and when they rode out they left behind two men dead and a woman who wouldn’t make it through the night. With a stolen Army payroll in their saddlebags they ran for the border and although they covered their back-trail well, someone was on it. He was a man with a gun, determined to hunt every one of them down. His name was Angel and the name of his game was sudden death.
And so the Justice Department put their best man into the field with one simple instruction. Before he kills every one of them – find Angel!
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, louis lamour
, william w johnstone
, ben bridges
, mike stotter
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, max brand
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, hank j kirby
, james w marvin
, frederick h christian
, the wild west
, frank angel
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