Guns by Phil Bowie
Book One in the John Hardin Series

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Sam Bass is a hotshot pilot with a past, and when Sam makes a daring and dangerous rescue of a couple lost at sea in a storm, he gets publicity he definitely doesn't need. The Cowboy, as he's known in certain circles, has finally been located and a hit team is dispatched to take care of unfinished business. Original.

About Phil Bowie

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Phil Bowie is an instrument-rated private pilot with his own 1968 Cessna Skyhawk, and flies as a volunteer for the nonprofit Neuse River Foundation. He lives in New Bern, North Carolina, and writes in a cottage he restored overlooking the Neuse.
Published August 1, 2006 by Medallion Press. 357 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In his debut novel, Bowie presents the smart, cocksure Sam Bass, a man with a mysterious past. To the handful of inhabitants on a tiny island off the coast of North Carolina, including Valerie, the

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