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Book Title: Two Guns

Subtitle: "...this guy is unstoppable - Hopkins writes with fire in his hands...." - Laramie Harlow

Authors: John Christian Hopkins and Hopkins, John Christian

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Book Description: Cowboys? Navajoland? Romance? A Western historical fiction? Yessir, we got that covered in TWO GUNS!

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“Once again John Christian Hopkins masterfully weaves a tale of history with heart as he shares this tale of a gunfighter seeking redemption. Hopkins lures readers into putting down their electronic devices in order to delve into life in the Old West.” – Stephanie Henningsen, journalist.

“John Christian Hopkins’ latest effort gets ‘two guns’ up! This book is a sure shot!” – Darrell Perry, avid reader

Two Guns is an Arizona ghost town located near Flagstaff at the mouth of Canyon Diablo. The boom town sprung up when plans to build a railroad stalled, leaving dozens of men with time on their hands.

John Carrier Steele, 45, the man known as “The Widowmaker” has lasted longer than most of the legendary gunfighters; now as the ravages of his age and a harsh life are catching up with him, he must face his greatest challenge—to tame one of the last and wildest of the Old West boom towns, Two Guns. But a man with a reputation has to constantly be on-guard for troublehunters and shootists who want to earn a name for themselves.

Some of the townspeople hope to build a town with a future in the Arizona desert, while others just want to get rich and get out. That’s Seth Gratton’s plan and a wide-open lawless town suits his plans. No gunman himself, Gratton needs to find someone to eliminate Steele …

Young Wally Dalton likes to strut about town wearing two guns; growing more eager with each passing day to prove that he’s a fast gun. Wally’s half in awe of Steele and wants what the lawman has: a reputation.

As if he didn’t face enough trouble already, someone has been robbing the Flagstaff stage. The stage driver is an old friend and when he is killed during a robbery, Steele vows to avenge his friend.

Clara Beauregard: A hardened madam who grew up among the soiled doves. She has no illusions about life and still pines for a never-forgotten love—Steele.  Maybe there can be happiness in her future?

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John Christian Hopkins and Hopkins, John Christian

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Two Guns Copyright © 2014 by John Christian Hopkins. All Rights Reserved.

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Title
Two Guns
Authors
John Christian Hopkins and Hopkins, John Christian
License

© 2014 John Christian Hopkins.  All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, distributed or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying, recording, or other electronic or mechanical methods, without the prior written permission of the publisher, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical reviews and certain other noncommercial uses permitted by copyright law. For permission requests, write to the publisher, addressed “Attention: Permissions Coordinator,” at the address below.

Blue Hand Books Attn: Lara “Trace” Hentz,  442 Main Street, #1061 Greenfield, MA 01301  www.bluehandbooks.org  (413) 258-0115

Publisher’s Note: This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are a product of the author’s imagination. Locales and public names are sometimes used for atmospheric purposes. Any resemblance to actual people, living or dead, or to businesses, companies, events, institutions, or locales is completely coincidental.

Ordering Information:  Quantity sales. Special discounts are available on quantity purchases by corporations, associations, and others. For details, contact the “Special Sales Department” at the address above.  ISBN: 978-1502737366

Hopkins, John (1960 – ) is an enrolled member of the Narragansett Tribe of Rhode Island.

Publisher: BLUE HAND BOOKS   Cover design: Barb Burke  Photo Credit: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Blue_Mesa_Painted_Desert.jpg

Copy Editors: Lara “Trace” Hentz and Brent Merrill

First Edition 2014

Publisher
Blue Hand Books
Print ISBN
978-1502737366