Curly Bill and Ringo by Van Holt
They Rode to Hell Together

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Why did the legendary gunfighter, Ringo, come to Boot Hill? Rumors and innuendo ignite the small frontier town.
Did the wealthy rancher, Willy Gibson, hire him to combat the cattle rustlers? Was he here to even up some old grudges? Or to hunt down the men who tried to kill him?
Miss Sarah, the most beautiful woman in town, seemed in a much different mood after he checked in at the hotel where she worked.
Curly Bill knew who he was, or thought he should, since they rode together for a time. Curly also remembered that around Ringo, you always watched for signs of trouble, if you were smart.
"Would you mind telling me why you're in Boot Hill, when you're supposed to be in hell?" Curly asks.
Ringo glanced at him out of those cold clear blue eyes. “I came back,” he said quietly. “I got lonesome down there. Kept thinking about some fellows I should have taken with me.”

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:

The Return of Frank Graben
The Revenge of Tom Graben

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Published December 20, 2013 by Three Knolls Publishing. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Westerns, Literature & Fiction, History, War. Fiction

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