During the Civil War, they sought justice outside of the law, paying back every Yankee raid with one of their own. No man could stop them. No woman could resist them. And no Yankee stood a chance when Win and Joe Coulter rode into town. All Win Coulter wanted was a nice hand of poker. But his hand was hotter than the Devil's coffee mug, and he ended up winning the deed to a Belle Springs saloon named the Desert Flower. Now Win and his brother, Joe, have a place to drink for free. But Belle Springs is run by a sheriff as crooked as an old man's spine. He runs his own watering hole, and he doesn't cotton to competition. So it looks like the Bushwhackers will have to ante up a special "sheriff's tax" or get out of town. Yeah, right.
by B.J. Lanagan
by Owen Wister
by Zane Grey
by Herman Melville
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