Gunman At Large
by Dan Arnold
Pub Date 31 Mar 2019
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You might say Bob Logan was born in the Civil War.
As an espionage agent for a Scotsman named Allan Pinkerton, he left his past behind to begin an uncertain future in the West. A teenager on the cusp of manhood, he’s already a seasoned manhunter.
As a Pinkerton man, his identity must be adaptable to match the ever-changing circumstances. In his persuit of wanted men, he encounters Wild Bill Hickock, William F. Cody, hostile Indians, and men consumed with post-war hatred who will shape him in ways he couldn’t imagine. No stranger to the charms of women, a certain blonde haired, blue-eyed maiden plays a pivotal role in his future development as a man.
Sudden death rides the frontier borderlands.
In a time and place where a boy must grow up quickly, and in a profession where he’s one person one day and another the next, will anyone know who he really is?
Does he know himself?