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Tombstone’s Goldmine

The hunt is on…

The man known only as Tombstone is a tough and fearless cowboy.

He would need these qualities to escape the wrath of the ruthless ranch boss, Dutch Maxie, after he intervened to save the lives of two young brothers who had got on the bad side of the murderous rancher.

Fleeing west, towards the Pacific, Tombstone and his friends get caught up in the gold rush of 1849.

Amidst treacherous ambushes and Indian conflicts, Tombstone encounters and rescues the feisty Belle Fair, who had been captured by a war-painted Indian.

But, with twelve thousand dollars hanging in the balance, that’s enough temptation for anyone to want to go head-to-head with the toughest cowboy around.

Accused of fleeing with the money, Tombstone and the two brothers have trouble closing in on them wherever they turn.

Now, their only chance of a future is to face their vengeful pursuers head on.

The lure of the gold rush keeps the trio going, but is there another way to Tombstone’s Goldmine?

Praise for Gordon Landsborough

‘A punchy tale coupled with plenty of action – an engaging read!’ – Philip McCormac, bestselling western author

Pioneering Press is a western imprint of Endeavour Press – the UK’s leading independent digital publisher. We publish new and classic westerns by authors from the US and the UK.

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