The Legendary Kid Donovan
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The Legendary Kid Donovan

4.17 of 5 stars 4.17  ·  rating details  ·  6 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Orphaned and far from the comforts of "civilized" New York, Horace Tate Pemberton Smith arrives in Tonto's Wickiup, Arizona, to meet his uncle and ends up inheriting a bordello. But the trouble really starts when he gets credit for killing a renowned gunfighter-and an unwanted reputation as the baddest man in the land.
Paperback, 288 pages
Published September 6th 2005 by Signet
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Oct 29, 2007 Morgan rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Those who like light westerens
It is not a good day for Horace Tate Pemberton Smith when he arrives in Phoniex, Arizona to find an empty train station waiting for him. His parents are dead,he has no money and to top it all off his only suriving realitive Uncle Hector is no where in sight. Tate makes his way to Tonto's Wikiup where he finds that his uncle has been killed in a mysterious mine accident. The real fun begins when Tate finds that his uncle has left him 2 mines and 1 thriving bordello. Now Tate must learn the...more
Lynda J.
This book was a laugh out loud read. The premise was simple enough...a 16 year old kid, orphaned when his parents were killed in a carriage accident goes west to live with his only other living relative. Once there, he learns that relative has been killed in a mining accident and the kid is now the owner of two broken down mines and one prosperous bordello. Oh, and along the way, the kid manages to kill a notorious gunman and is now living with a target on his back, because he's become the "lege...more
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