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message 1: by Dale (new)

Dale Day (msgtdaleday) | 10 comments El Rancho Jamul

From blood-drenched fields, Gabriel Fletcher leaves behind a burnt-out home to head west to the golden promise along Pacific shores. He seeks but a peaceful place to raise a family. What he finds is a woman to love, a place to live, and the fight of his life.

A shoot 'em up outside of San Diego in 1867


Drifter. Gunslinger. Bereaved widow fighting off evil men trying to take her ranch. Drygulched. Confrontation. Crooked sheriff and judge. Deputy U.S. Marshall. Big gunfight. 1867 California.

What more could a Western or Old West fan ask for?

message 2: by Lorna (new)

Lorna Collins (lorna_collins) | 93 comments The first captures my interest more than the second.

message 3: by [deleted user] (new)

I like the first description better. It would make me buy the book over the second one.

message 4: by Christie (new)

Christie Maurer | 32 comments The first one. The 2nd one doesn't have enough information for me to picture the story.

message 5: by Laurel (new)

Laurel Heidtman (kylaurel) | 434 comments Definitely the first!

message 6: by Bobbi (new)

Bobbi JG Weiss (goodreadscombobbijgweiss) | 57 comments Yup, the first one is much more interesting.

message 7: by Cindy (new)

Cindy Hiday | 18 comments I vote for the first one too. Although "shoot 'em up," if you intend to use that, strikes me as a bit cliche and hokey.

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