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Fenimore rode into Hope Springs on a drunken horse and wearing a dead man's poncho. He carried two guns and seven coins: six grimy ones for the six men who’d taken from him and the seventh for the woman he’d loved, who’d sold him out for a future full of dollars.

He was looking for work. He found was a feud. He made himself useful.







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Norman Crane
I live in Canada. I write books. When I’m not writing, I read. I’m also a historian, a coffee drinker and a cinephile. My first novel, A Paunch Full of Pesos, is a spaghetti w More...