Ketcham's Land

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4.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Aug 1st, 2002 {{ book.ratingTitle }}

Douglas Hirt is a unique talent." - Giles Tippette, Author of Gunpoint

Chance Ketcham is a drifter, a cowboy who is always looking for greener pastures. After a card game with Benny Gellerman, a man good with a gun, but bad with cards, Ketcham decides it is time to head out again. He finds a place to bed down on a lonely New Mexico farm run by old Corely Mattlin and his widowed daughter-in-law, Margaret. Ketcham has his eye on pretty Margaret, but he'd better keep his eyes open wide for trouble. A local rancher named Jeb Ollfinger is trying to run the Mattlins off their land, and he is not above using violence, even murder, to get what he wants. Margaret is sure her husband's killer was one of Ollfinger's men, a gunman named Gellerman.

If Ketcham knew what was good for him, he would head out again. But this time he has a job to do first.

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