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Seven Days To Die (The Loner #6)

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He wasn't born to the gun. But a gunman's blood ran in his veins--and it was only a matter of time before there would be hell to pay. . .

Six Days Of Killing. No Day Of Rest. . .

Once he was a young, happily married businessman. Then he lost his wife to human madness and that young man was gone, replaced by the Loner, the wandering son of legendary gunfighter Frank Morgan, a

Mass Market Paperback, 312 pages
Published July 2010 by Pinnacle
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May 13, 2011 Flannery Kneel rated it it was amazing
Mistaken for the murderous bank robbing outlaw, Bloody Ben Bledsoe; The Kid, is ambushed by money hungry bounty hunter Haggarty and dragged to Hell Gate prison!
The Kid pleads with the warden, Jonas Fletcher, trying to convince him that he is Conrad Browning, wealthy business man, and not the prison escapee, Bledsoe. But Fletcher refuses to believe him and tosses him into Hades, the worst place to be in this hell on earth blasted into a mountainside!
With months of planning, Conrad escapes Hell Ga
Jul 10, 2010 Randy rated it it was amazing
When the five men grabbed Kid Morgan, they believed him to be an outlaw named Bloody Ben Bledsoe, recently escaped from prison. Unfortunately he did resemble the man and no amount of protest that he wasn't Bledsoe was believed. Even by the warden when he was returned to the prison.

The man wanted to know where his stash of money was hidden. He was starved, beaten with a whip, and the Kid knew he had to escape before he got too weak to do so, find Bledsoe, and clear his name.

He was aided by anothe
It was a good read. A little dry for my taste, but I enjoyed following Kid Morgan in trying to clear his name because of mistaken identity.
Dec 03, 2011 Robert rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Conrad Browning/Kid Morgan returns in this sixth book of the series. This time out, the Kid is mistaken for an outlaw (one Bloody Ben Bledsoe) by an overzealous bounty hunter and taken to Hell Gate prison. There, he is unable to convince the sadistic warden of his innocence, taking a brutal whipping as a result. Linking up with a fellow inmate, the Kid plots an escape to track down and return Bledsoe to Hell Gate, thus clearing his name. The two inmates' plans are changed when the warden's daugh ...more
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A western that of outlaws and right from wrong. Trying to get away from the ending of a life lost...with a wife dead, Kid Morgan finds himself being hauled off by a bounty hunter that thinks he is someone much worse than he is. Landing in jail close to hell, he is whipped and locked up for crimes he did not do.

Breaking out leads to a town where people are controlled but none other than the man he was thought to be, time to make things right. However who is on the right side and who is on the wr
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Being the all around assistant, typist, researcher, and fact checker to one of the most popular western authors of all time, J.A. Johnstone learned from the master, Uncle William W. Johnstone.

Bill, as he preferred to be called, began tutoring J.A. at an early age. After-school hours were often spent retyping manuscripts or researching his massive American Western History library as well as the mor
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