The Rights of Men: A Hunter Tale

The Rights of Men: A Hunter Tale

by Jim Christina

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Overview

Again the Hunter takes on the dark side of his trade when a con man, Big Ed Burns, the Baron of Arizona, James Addison Reavis and Mike Warner, the leader of a band of brigands known as the Arizona Regulators conspire to steal thousands of acres of open Arizona range. The only thing stopping them is the Hunter, Jolly and the men of the Bar-A and the Circle-J ranches.

Gun hands, con men and self proclaimed royalty all come together to steal the access to billions of gallons of pure ground water from Jolly's ranch and irrigate thousands of acres of wasteland known as 'the Traces'.

This is the Hunters hardest fight yet. Keeping control of his ranch, helping Jolly keep control of the Circle-J and trying to keep them both alive.

If you liked "The Hunter" and "Requiem For An Appaloosa" then come along with the Hunter, Jolly and the boys of the Bar-A and Circle-J ranches on this explosive new adventure.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781449538385
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/02/2010
Pages: 266
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

Jim Christina has previously written two other Hunter novels, "The Hunter" and "Requiem For An Appaloosa", several short stories and a two act play "An Evening With Tom Horn".

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