Justice on Plain Creek

Justice on Plain Creek by William Black


Few men are more determined in the Old West than Braden Richardson.

Illness cheated him out of a happy childhood. Not only that, but it claimed the lives of his parents. Now he’s a young man who has landed in Plain Creek in the Arizona Territory.

The year is 1875 and Braden has no family and is looking for his place in life. He signs on to be a deputy for the hard-nosed Sheriff Ike Hoskins. Ike likes the way the tall, young cowboy handles himself with his fists and gun belt.

All seems peaceful until an infamous gunrunner, Moss Radaker, strikes. He threatens to upset the local Apache tribe and renew raids against white settlers.

Now, Braden is the only one standing between Radaker and the killing of dozens in Plain Creek. How will Braden square up against the evils of Radaker for the good of every innocent man, woman and child?

Another classic western with respectful romance and women as strong frontier folk from author William Black.

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