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Crossfire (The Loner #11)

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The Loner has searched the frontier for his missing children and their vengeful, runaway mother. Now, in fog-shrouded San Francisco, his search ends—and the fight begins. . .


Conrad Browning is The Loner, a man on a mission, crossing the country—and crossing a lot of bad men—to rescue his kidnapped young twins. The
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Published October 4th 2011 by Pinnacle (first published January 1st 2011)
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Oct 09, 2011 Randy added it
Conrad Browning, aka Kid Morgan, is nearing the end of his quest. He's tracked his two children, twins, across the country, following a convoluted trail full of traps laid down by his vengeful ex-fiance. She's dead, killed by one of her own traps, but she left a letter delivered after her death, telling Conrad that he had twins he never knew about and that she'd hidden them from him.

Now in Carson City, he finds a clue that confirms what he already suspected. They were somewhere in San Francisco
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They need to make this series into a movie love Kid Morgan he's a hunk!
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Aug 09, 2016 Christopher Taylor rated it it was ok
The final wrap up story for Conrad's quest to find his supposed children, ending in San Francisco. It was an interesting device for a series, but the events in some of the books really pushed the boundaries of plausibility and reason in terms of someone being able to set all of it up in a matter of weeks.

The story here brings Conrad's father, another book series main character (The Drifter) into the tale and resolves a long chain of events, leaving Conrad ready for a new series. Overall it was i
Excellent ending to the running storyline! Didn't see the twists and turns coming, but thoroughly enjoyed it right to the end! Really enjoy this series!
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