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The Ordeal of Andy Dean (A Double D Western)

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Outlaw Ben Masters and his bank-robbing gang find little Adoreana Dean in the ruins of a Rocky Mountain homestead and bring her with them on the run, leading to a life-or-death decision for Ben when the law reaches out for the child.
Hardcover, 180 pages
Published September 1st 1993 by Doubleday
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May 14, 2014 Steven rated it really liked it
Ben Masters is an outlaw. He's part of the Neville Hallidae gang who specialize in robbing banks in remote Rocky Mountain mining towns. It has netted them a small fortune so far, but things are about to take a turn when they happen upon a burned out homestead while they are fleeing Federal Marshals. The only survivor of the burned out ruin is a little girl by the name of Andoreana Dean and she's about to put a burr in the lives of these desperadoes on the run.

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