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Chapter One

Far Enough,

Texas, 1883

Jim Coyne balanced his chair on its back legs and hooked his ankles over the top of the hitching rail outside the Cattleman’s Saloon. It was as good a place as any to keep an eye out for “news.” Although after four weeks Jim had concluded that “news”, at least, as Jim knew it, was about as likely to show up in Far Enough, Texas, as Queen Victoria.

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