Three Across Wyoming
About the Book
The dying man offered Katrina and Jonah Fletcher two thousand in gold if they could get the ten-year-old girl Sanjean safely to his ranch near Jump's Well. They couldn't turn down the man's dying wish, or leave a young girl to be gunned down, so, never dreaming of the consequences, they accepted the mission.
But the old man died before he could tell them the whole story. They knew they were in someone's gunsights but who or why was a mystery. McGea soon made his intentions known as his men dogged the pair and threatened their lives at every turn. Far more sinister and worrying, though, was the shadowy figure following them in the background, leaving a trail of slit throats.
The odds against them seemed unbeatable, but Katrina and Jonah, with the aid of Sooey, a gentle giant, had just the kind of steely determination and raw courage that might see them through. Even so, sudden death was to be their constant companion.
Jack P. Jones offers the third in a series of hard-hitting, fast-paced Westerns involving a young sharpshooter with a Winchester and a sister with grit enough for all three.
About the Author
Jack P. Jones, a veteran of the Korean War, is the author of six novels and eleven nonfiction books. His nonfiction work deals with residential construction, remodeling, design, and general contracting.