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MABEN The man who called himself John Parker never actually admitted that his real name was Frank Maben. And old Al Maben, the only one who would have known for sure, had been shot from the brush by an unknown killer as he sat on his front porch in his rocking chair, perhaps thinking about his dead wife and a son he hadn’t seen since before the Civil War. The local ranchers and rustlers seemed convinced that the tall two-gun stranger was in fact old Al Maben’s long-lost son. When they weren’t too busy fighting among themselves, they spent their time trying to kill him or drive him off the Maben ranch. But when the shooting was over, most of them were too dead to cause any more trouble. WARNING: Reading a Van Holt western may make you want to get on a horse and hunt some bad guys down in the Old West. Of course, the easiest and most enjoyable way to do it is vicariously – by reading another Van Holt western. Van Holt writes westerns the way they were meant to be written. More action-packed gunfighting westerns by Van Holt: A Few Dead Men Blood in the Hills Brandon’s Law Curly Bill and Ringo Dead Man Riding Dead Man's Trail Death in Black Holsters Dynamite Riders Hellbound Express Hunt the Killers Down Rebel With a Gun Riding for Revenge Rubeck's Raiders Shiloh Stark Shoot to Kill Six-Gun Solution The Antrim Guns The Bounty Hunters The Bushwhackers The Fortune Hunters The Gundowners The Gundown Trail The Hellbound Man The Last of the Fighting Farrells The Long Trail The Man Called Bowdry The Stranger from Hell The Vultures Wild Country Wild Desert Rose Coming soon by Van Holt: Maben The Return of Frank Graben The Revenge of Tom Graben Click BUY now.

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Expired Deals Maben MABEN The man who called himself John Parker never actually admitted that his real name was Frank Maben. And old Al Maben, the only one who would have known for sure, had been shot from the brush by an unknown killer as he sat on his front porch in his rocking chair, perhaps thinking about his dead wife and a son he hadn’t seen since before the Civil War. The local ranchers and rustlers seemed convinced that the tall two-gun stranger was in fact old Al Maben’s long-lost son. When they weren’t too busy fighting among themselves, they spent their time trying to kill him or drive him off the Maben ranch. But when the shooting was over, most of them were too dead to cause any more trouble. WARNING: Reading a Van Holt western may make you want to get on a horse and hunt some bad guys down in the Old West. Of course, the easiest and most enjoyable way to do it is vicariously – by reading another Van Holt western. Van Holt writes westerns the way they were meant to be written. More action-packed gunfighting westerns by Van Holt: A Few Dead Men Blood in the Hills Brandon’s Law Curly Bill and Ringo Dead Man Riding Dead Man's Trail Death in Black Holsters Dynamite Riders Hellbound Express Hunt the Killers Down Rebel With a Gun Riding for Revenge Rubeck's Raiders Shiloh Stark Shoot to Kill Six-Gun Solution The Antrim Guns The Bounty Hunters The Bushwhackers The Fortune Hunters The Gundowners The Gundown Trail The Hellbound Man The Last of the Fighting Farrells The Long Trail The Man Called Bowdry The Stranger from Hell The Vultures Wild Country Wild Desert Rose Coming soon by Van Holt: Maben The Return of Frank Graben The Revenge of Tom Graben Click BUY now. http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41kt6DMeqJL._SL160_.jpg
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