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The Bodacious Kid

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4 out of 5
Based on 44 Ratings and 24 Reviews

Book Description
All young Merlin Fanshaw wanted was to sign on with a cattle outfit, but instead he found himself caught between an outlaw, two lawmen and a pretty girl!
Book Information
PublisherCenter Point Large Print
BindingHardcover (10 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages335
Publication Date02/2007
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About Stan Lynde (Author) : I'm Stan Lynde, author of The Big Open and seven other Merlin Fanshaw western novels. Thanks for stopping by! Back in the days of the early west, when cabin doors were secured from within by heavy ba... more
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