The Desperate Deputy of Cougar Hill by Louis Trimble

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Cameron was his name. He looked like a lawman, he wore a tin badge, but the owl-hooters knew him as a bank robber who had turned traitor. And they set a trap to catch him with a bank loaded with gold dust, a rangeland studded with blotched brands, and a scheme worthy of the wildcats that gave Cougar Hill its name. But Cameron had some cougar blood in his own veins.

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About Louis Trimble

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Louis Trimble (1917 1988) was a prolific author of Westerns and science fiction novels. Most of his science fiction was written late in his career; he wrote more than eighty novels, culminating in "The City Machine" in 1972.
Published June 3, 2012 by Prologue Books. 128 pages
Genres: Westerns, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction