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Camp Fire Tales of Hot Lead and Gunsmoke

Keith G. Scott

The western lands were a treacherous and fearful place with outlaws, savages and scoundrels aplenty. The lawmen had a tough job keeping things peaceful.

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-382-8
Published : 26/09/2019
Pages : 268
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Keith G. Scott

Keith was born and raised in western Canada, joined the Canadian military at a young age and served with distinction for thirty plus years, retiring honourably and awarded the Canadian Forces Decoration with clasp and the Special Service Medal for his work with NATO during the cold war. Keith, from a young age, has been fascinated with the western genre and folklore and has done extensive reading and research in order to develop his fascinating stories on how the west should have been. Now retired, Keith, is living in beautiful Southern Alberta and is writing full time, it is his sincere wish that those who read his books find them a fun read and a nice escape from reality. Enjoy

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The western lands were a treacherous and fearful place with outlaws, savages and scoundrels aplenty. The lawmen had a tough job keeping things peaceful.
One minute, things could be calm, the next, a tense standoff could arise with nowhere to run and nowhere to hide. One wrong move and it would mean hot lead, gun smoke and death.
Some good folk were still around, namely Chad Lane, Sam Ellis, Trampis and Bonnie Bloomfield, aka the Badger. In a land such as this, how many of them would survive the wild west?
Boss John had picked the wrong fight when he set about taking Mrs. Edie's ranch. It was against the code to banish a woman and children from their land. When Trampis heard this, he decided to put an end to Boss John and his evil ways. Would he be victorious, or would he pay for helping with his life?

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