[Free eBook] Dead Man’s Legacy by Philip Harbottle [Western Mystery Adventure]

Dead Man’s Legacy by prolific multi-genre author Philip Harbottle, based on a manuscript by the late [John Russell Fearn][co-author-info-link] is his standalone western historical action adventure novel with strong mystery elements, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Endeavour Press’ Pioneering imprint.

This was originally published in 2002 by Robert Hale’s Black Horse Western imprint. This story involves a cattle dealer investigating the possible instigator behind a mob’s burning of a local family’s ranch, apparently in retaliation for the mysterious disappearance of a missing man, but with potentially darker and greedier motivations behind it.

Offered worldwide, available at Amazon.

Free for a limited time, available worldwide @ Amazon

Description
Henry Farraday and his pretty daughter Sally lived peaceful lives before Jack Andrews went missing…

Before even the idea of a trial, a mob decides to convict Farraday, burning his ranch to the ground and leaving both him and his daughter with nothing.

Someone was behind the mob.

Someone wants Farraday out of the way and is prepared to do anything to achieve it.

But why?

Is it a grudge, is just plain jealousy?

Or perhaps it has something to do with the abandoned mine lying empty on Farraday’s land.

Either way, Ken Bradmore, local cattle dealer, is prepared to get to the bottom of it.

It doesn’t hurt that getting to the truth means spending more time with Sally Farraday either.

But just when the mystery seems solved, things will take a much darker turn.

Dead Man’s Legacy is a tale of buried treasure, true love and the cruel power of greed.

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