Fargo was running Springfield rifles across the border to Pancho Villa. That meant he had to dodge the U.S. Army, the Texas Rangers, and the Mexican regulars. But for the kind of money he was getting, it was worth it. Then he got mixed up with two American sisters—Rose and Lola. Rose was a nice girl, Lola was wild and mean—and you can guess which one Fargo liked better.
Published: January 17, 2017.
Fiction » Western
Anna Constance - once again.
A thorn in the Laredo sheriff’s side from way back now riding with a band of Mexican villains.
The lawman also has the previously encountered, marauding, band of scalp hunters returned to the area.
There’s a Cheyenne maiden a long way from home, and a livery owner with a fondness for swinging a quirt.
One question remains.
Will Jake finally get the better of Anna?
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