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Amargosa Ambush (A Cal MacLamond Western)

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It's Spring of 1876, Centennial year in Old Los Angeles; and Deputy Cal MacLamond has unfinished business with hired guns and a dangerous young woman, in the Mojave Desert's still-wild Antelope Valley.
Kindle Edition, 47 pages
Published July 16th 2012 by Will Murray Books
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Randy
Aug 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Deputy Cal Maclamond and his partner are looking for the ones who sheltered two fugitives he dound and took down. Cal also has a young woman to see.

Nicely written western.
Ericka Scott
Sep 25, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Lawman Cal MacLamond is on a mission to right wrongdoings in this Old West adventure - whether it's saving a tone-deaf Chinaman, keeping pretty senioritas safe, or dodging bullets in a shootout with desperate hombres. Only thing is, Cal's more than a little smitten with a lovely lady named Resi. Could it be that this sharp-shooting deputy has finally found true love? If so, what's her husband going to say?

Looking forward to the next adventure in this series and hoping there is a happy ending for
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