A Killing in Gold

A Killing in Gold

Ralph Cotton

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An all-new Western adventure featuring Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack, from bestselling author Ralph Cotton.

Back on the trail of the infamous Arizona Cowboy Gang, Ranger Burrack rides with Cherokee lawman Dan'l Thorn into Mexico, where the Cowboys have stolen $200,000 in gold by blowing up the safe of a bank in Ciudad Esplanade. The lawmen are there to locate and arrest a pair of twin outlaws by the name of Smith who are hiding out in Mexico, but they get sidetracked hunting for the stolen loot. They figure it should be easy; trouble is they aren’t the only ones on the gold’s trail. A competing gang has stolen the loot from the Cowboys, a beautiful lady detective will stop at nothing to earn the reward for recovering the booty, and the Smith brothers have their own connection to the missing gold—and they’re rumored to be cannibals!

Along with their sidekick, on-again off-again Cowboy Roman Lee Ellison, Sam and Dan’l traverse the high desert dodging bullets and hoping to survive long enough to find the gold that has already cost so many lives....

More than four million Ralph Cotton books in print!


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Ralph Cotton:
Ralph Cotton is the author of dozens of Western and crime novels. Prior to writing, he was, among other things, an ironworker, a commercial seaman/second mate, a Teamster, and a lay minister with the Lutheran Church of America.

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