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On a fateful spring day of 1839, at the western edge of civilized America, a gang of outlaws attempts to remove a Native American who dares to sit in a white man's saloon. Townsfolk become embroiled, bullets fly, and men fall. Forced from the saloon under the threat of further bullet trading, the outlaws then gallop out of town but don't cotton to their treatment. Unaware that fate lurks, three sisters step into the blood spreading across the saloon floor. Fate and the outlaws plan further trouble.
About the Author
Lisa Gay lives with the man who tells her he loves her and even married her. Chance and the choices of their lives have given them five children and three grandchildren. Their home is in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Roanoke, Virginia. She works in information technology to pay the bills but loves writing and giving life to the characters she imagines.