The Man (A Grady Lind Western)

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Due to the time of day, there weren’t a lot of people inside, but the ones that were there all had their eyes glued on him as he walked through the door.
The women couldn’t take their eyes off of him because he was so big and strikingly handsome. The men, on the other hand, viewed him a little differently. He made them all feel inferior due to his massive size and bulk. The tied down six-shooters, one on each leg, also made them afraid. It was obvious to the men; by the way Grady Lind carried himself, that he was a force to be reckoned with.

Grady Lind was also lightning fast with a gun and was, before he met Carolyn, one of the most ruthless. Beating and killing men was almost fun for him. He was no outlaw. His word was golden, and he never killed a man that didn’t deserve it.
Grady Lind was the man small farmers and ranchers called upon when big cattle operations tried to take over their homesteads by force. He was the man rough, lawless towns turned to when they were overrun by evil elements and needed help clearing them out. He was the man men and women turned to, to exact justice upon the brutal men who had killed, maimed, beaten or kidnapped loved ones.
Grady Lind could be described in two words: The Man

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