|Oklahoma Ordeal (1994) [Novel]|
by Jon Sharpe
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Series: Trailsman, the
(From the publisher):
Skye Fargo had no use for travelling patent medicine men Ė but Phinneas T. Boggs was an exception. True, Boggs was a liar, a cheat, a no-good fake. But Boggs also had two bouncingly beautiful daughters who offered a bountiful bonus for the man who would guard their deadbeat dad from the trio of killers on his trail. Fargo didnít mind going one against three if it meant a double helping of heavenly loving, until he found out that a savage shoot-out was just for starters. Now he had a ruthless cattle king to cut down to size and a cutthroat Comanchero gang of white slavers to beat at their own grisly game. Can Fargo save a quack, who was as worthless as the potions he peddled, and win a pair of ladybirds who could make a man lose his life just as easily as his head?
Original title: Oklahoma Ordeal
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Hired Man on Horseback