The Two-Shot Gun
by Donald Hamilton

A western novel about a man from the east who settles in a town called Santa Clara in which most of the people hate the rich ranch family named Justice. Much of the conflict is due to misunderstandings. Some of the conflict is due to the short tempers of Dan Justice and his son Tom. Several people get shot, mostly by the new guy with the shotgun. It would have all been unnecessary if people had told the truth and others had listened.

Year Read: 2008


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