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A dangerous journey lies ahead… For Lew Grand, life is a lonesome and weary road. Having shot and killed twenty-two men who fancied themselves better gunslingers, his name is feared and admired across the western Frontier. Wanted in most of the East and West, he’s taken to wandering the South – gambling and drinking and shooting any who dare challenge him. One day, someone says a woman is looking for him – Rana Harpley. He doesn’t know her but he does know her father, the once infamous leader of a gang of outlaws, Ryland Harpley. It was said though he gave up his ways, and pardoned for his crimes, settled down to start a ranch and a family. But something happened. A bank in the local town was robbed and Ryland was framed for it. In the dead of night, he vanished and now Rana is looking for him. She needs Lew to help her find her father; Rana believes Ryland has exiled himself to a place called Laughing Stream Valley. But that’s in Indian Territory. Worse, a war has been brewing up between the Sioux and Cheyennes Indians, and the U.S. Calvary. Lew thinks there’s no hope of getting there, let alone any hope in Ryland even being alive still. Then again, perhaps he’ll allow Fate to once again push him northwards… However, travelling with Rana isn’t going to be peaceful. With her are a team of notorious gunmen. There’s Tony Floret – real name Antonio Floretti – came to America a murderer, having killed his way through Naples. There’s the Hickey brothers, Con and Lee, a couple of outlaws whose infamy is on par with Lew’s. And then there’s Buster Kyle – who might be the only honourable one of the bunch. All he wants is to make sure Rana is safe. With no guarantee that Rana’s father is even alive, what lies ahead now for Lee is a <em>Danger Trail</em> of the worst kind… An action-packed tale, <em>Danger Trail</em> is a thrilling, gun-toting Western. <h2>Praise for Neil Webb</h2> ‘Transports you right back to the old west – fantastic!’ – Tom Casey, bestselling author of <em>Trade Off</em> Neil Webb (1928), is one of fifty pseudonyms for British author, Donald S. Rowland, who was born in Norfolk, England. Rowland is married with three children, and previously had a variety of jobs, including film projectionist and Senior Clerk and Local Government Officer. It was only in 1964 that he dedicated his time to writing full-time and has since written a variety of novels, from science-fiction to westerns.
bound: 161 pages
publisher: Independently published (May 12, 2017)
isbn: 1521281041, 978-1521281048,
weight: 8.3 ounces (