[Free eBook] Gun Feud by A. A. Glynn [Western Action Novel]

Gun Feud by British author A. A. Glynn is his vintage western historical action adventure novel, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Endeavour Press’ Pioneering imprint.

This was originally published in 1961 by John Spencer & Co.’s Badger Books imprint. The story is a classic revenge tale set in New Mexico, as a man avenges his late brother’s murder and framing by planning to take down the outlaw leader responsible, as well as his gang. Offered worldwide, available @ Amazon.

Free for a limited time, available worldwide @ Amazon

Down but not out…

Will Callender’s brother, Bob, is dead and buried in Crimson Peak, New Mexico.

Dead after discovering a fortune buried deep within a mine.

Dead after being framed for a murder and a robbery he didn’t commit.

The man responsible, Cy Tambaugh, has plenty of blood on his hands already and doesn’t think twice about Bob.

That is until Will shows up.

Tambaugh would love to shoot Will down on the spot, but he possesses secrets from Tambaugh’s past.

Will knows what happened to Rosaline.

And if Tambaugh wants to know, he will either need to take Will alive and force it out of him, or confess his deeds.

Will plans to take down Tambaugh’s whole gang down on his own, but maybe he won’t be alone after all.

Maybe he’s got more friends than he realises in Crimson Peak…

In Gun Feud, A. A. Glynn tells a tale of sacrifice and revenge in the Old West.


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