The Lone Wagon (Post-Civil War Western Justice) by William Black
It is 1873 and cowboy Tate Foster finds himself having to lead a wagon
train of some two hundred western bound settlers over a dangerous canyon
The rugged young cowboy also has to be mindful of a gang of villains, led by the ruthless and thoroughly evil Cobra Hawkins. No decent person is safe from Hawkins, and he is especially sinister towards women and children.
The lone wagon will cross paths with the Hawkins gang, and Tate will have to put up a fight of his life if he is to protect the innocent. Tate’s spirits are buoyed by a fellow wagon train beauty, Julia Wright, who is ready to risk everything to protect two young children.
Another classic western with respectful romance and women as strong frontier folk from author William Black.
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