The Rainbow Runner by John M. Cunningham

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Hired to transport a priceless religious shrine through revolution-torn Mexico, Jack O'Donohue finds himself betrayed on all sides by Pancho Villa's army. By the author of ""High Noon.""

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Published April 1, 1992 by Tor Books. 275 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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Mike not only plots against Jacko and steals the monstrance but also dumps his own tart-tongued feminist wife Becky on Jacko while taking along May as his brains for getting him through revolution-riddled Mexico to Guaymas.

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Lured by a $60,000 reward promised by the Mexican consul, Jacko and Mike set out to recover a jeweled monstrance that Pancho Villa's rebels have stolen from a church in Mexico City.

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