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Refugio's Gold (Dusty Boots in Texas #3)

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Clay Best had agreed to take Teresa into Mexico and get the gold Refugio had hidden. He talked Julio Garcia into going, but it was quickly turning into a journey where Julio's gun might not be enough. Refugio's Gold is a gritty, authentic and well spun Western yarn. It's a fast-moving tale fraught with suspense and danger as Clay and Teresa Best venture from Texas to Mexic ...more
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Published April 23rd 2015
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Elena Carpenter
A time of sorrow and a time of joy, in search of Refugio's gold is suspenseful, mysterious including struggles during their journey.
Very great read!
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