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They had robbed the Brownwood, Texas bank. The posse was at least a half day behind them and catching up.
The deputy delivered the boy to the Giddings, Texas jail. The outlaw in the cell had requested to see him.
The main character Johnny was spotted by his arch-nemesis Rohnny. Their meet ended in a fight.
Langley looked at his gun, and then his father-in-law. “It seems my gun has chosen to work against the law…..again.”
A lonesome rider arrives unannounced in a Mexican village one Wednesday morning. Only the family of one small boy know who the rider really is. And the truth is far greater than anyone could have imagined.
Some say it isn't fair to have your gun already out...some say it isn't enough.
The tombstone, if they give me one, will probably read, ‘Here lies a bad man. Good riddance!’”
It ain't the size of the dog in the fight, it is the size of fight in the dog.
Lizzy was left alone in the street. She had been seen romancing the outlaw. Lizzy Smith had become an immediate outcast.
Bear Claws were the donuts of the 1800s ...and this is a story of them.
What happens when two of the fastest guns in the Old West ...meet.
Lizzy helped him turn his life around. But now on the run from the law. Ten months after leaving Cheyenne, his wife received The Letter.
Lizzy was the opportunity to change the outlaw's future. But now she had become the reason for his return to the past.
Pearl handles and polished steel aren't always enough.
He would survive this hanging. And another before the third rope, years in the future, would finally snap his neck.