Confederate Gold & Dead Man's Gold

Confederate Gold & Dead Man's Gold

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With his wife on the prowl for other men and his temper catching up with him, Enoch Brand signs on for a wagon train headed for Tennessee and soon finds more trouble than he can handle. Reprint.

McMillan Palgrave

Confederate Gold

Enoch Brand never met a fight he couldn’t resist. His wife Minnie had the same problem with men. Then Minnie finally ran off from Enoch, while the two were headed home to Tennessee. Now Enoch has gone charging after her—running straight into a gun battle, a one-handed ex– Confederate soldier, and a storm of lies, betrayal, and greed that all comes down to one thing: a a fortune waiting to be claimed. The only trouble is, it’s killing those who want it most. . .

Dead Man’s Gold

In a remote mining camp in California’s rugged Sierra Mountains, a small group of men, women, and children are weathering a slow winter—until a band of trigger-happy, whiskey-slugging thieves comes in search of stolen gold. But what these ruffians didn’t count on is having to reckon with the Underhills in a fiery battle that will leave some six feet under…and others rich beyond their wildest dreams.


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