[Free eBook] Trigger Fever by Clinton Spurr [Western]

Trigger Fever by Clinton Spurr, a pseudonym for British author Donald S. Rowland, is his vintage standalone western historical action adventure novel, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Endeavour Press’ Pioneering imprint.

This was originally published in 1972 by Robert Hale.

The story involves an old family feud which flares up again for another generation, with the obligatory star-crossed romance between two younger members against the objections of their elders, and a greater looming threat in the surrounding county which might persuade the families to finally set aside their longstanding differences to counter it.

Offered worldwide, available at Amazon.

Free for a limited time @ Amazon

Description
Greg Sloan leads a simple life.

Working in Lamberts store in Belmont, Arizona, he plans to marry his boss’s daughter, Fran.

Deep down though, he knows he’s not cut out for the life of a mere store-keeper.

So when trouble begins to brew in Long Valley – where his parents and brother run the Box S ranch – he puts his job on holder and rushes to defend his family instead.

An old family feud has been reignited between the Sloans and their neighbours, Hank Podd and his three brutish sons, Jake, Butch, and Bully.

With tensions flaring and war on the horizon, there couldn’t be a worse time for Podd’s daughter Dixie and Greg’s brother Todd to fall in love.

Hank Podd is fiercely protective of his only daughter and will fight any man who tries to win her heart – especially if that man is a Sloan.

It falls to Greg to protect his brother and settle the feud that threatens to spill blood.

But his worries don’t end there – it becomes clear that someone else is willing to stir up even more trouble in Long Valley.

Can the families reconcile long enough to put an end to the danger and war that is beginning to engulf the county?

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