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The Arizona Strip Gambler

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Grant holds his new bride's body close. All are dead from the stagecoach robbery - except him. The gambler vows he will find the large man riding the strawberry roan, and his masked cohorts, and the devils in Hell would pity those men. Setting up his table in a saloon, he forms a friendship with the owner Francie, the bar girl Sadie, and two young savvy orphan girls living ...more
Paperback, 252 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Agreka Books
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Neil Brooksby
Apr 18, 2010 Neil Brooksby rated it it was amazing
Excellent Book. L.J. Brooksby sets his books in the Northern Part of Arizona where I grew up and uses some names in his books related to those days in the 1800's. He keeps you hanging at each chapter as you try to find out who did the bad deed. He also grew up in this area and uses his insight to make you feel a part of the book. I would highly recommend it. I have read all four of his books and each are very unique in its own right. Have fun reading it
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