King of the Gun Trail
by Franklin D. Lincoln
Number of pages: 99
Exciting western adventures of Secret Agent Jack Clayton and his gallant black stallion Regret as they fight America's worst enemies in the late 1870's, seeking justice for all and forging a nation where all its citizens can be proud to be called Americans.
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