Ten and Me - An Avalon Western by Johnny D. Boggs

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They are unlikely partners: Jack Mackinnon, an even-tempered drifter and part-time gunsmith, and Tenedore Keogh, a consumptive dentist-turned-gunman looking for a quicker way to die. Recruited by the Texas Rangers because of their prowess with guns, MacKinnon and Keogh become national celebrities through the novels of Robin K. Hunter-- the woman both men love.

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Published December 24, 1999 by AmazonEncore. 192 pages
Genres: Westerns, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Romantic liaisons between Ten and Robin and between Ranger Jack and a ranger's beautiful daughter keep the tale moving in the gaps between explosive scenes of gunplay and vicious struggles involving the forces of good and evil in the Old West.

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