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At last, the long-awaited sequel to the number one best-selling western Three Rode Together by Hollywood screenwriter Steve Hayes, author of the Santa Rosa Saga, and eight-time number one best-selling western writer Ben Bridges!!

Surveyors working for the Truman Copper Consortium had found what promised to be the biggest copper strike in history. There was just one problem. That vast fortune in red metal sat smack in the middle of land considered sacred to the Apaches.

When the surveyors were attacked and slaughtered, it looked as if a full-scale Indian war was about to explode. And when they discovered that the hot-headed Bedonkohe Apache, Geronimo, was involved in the events of that bloody night, his two blood-brothers, rancher Jesse Glover and the towering Zulu warrior called Sam, rode up into the Dragoons to ask him just what in hell he thought he was doing.

But when they started looking a little deeper into what had happened, they started to realize that all was not as it seemed. Other forces were at work in the wilds of the Arizona Territory, in the shape of a mystery man known as Tchin’dih... The Ghost.

Meanwhile, back at Fort Bowie, one of the key players in the game was murdered. For the locals, that was the last straw, and the mood turned downright ugly.

If they were to stop the coming war and discover the identity of the mystery killer, the three blood brothers would have to forget their differences - and ride shoulder to shoulder again.

©2013 Steve Hayes and Ben Bridges (P)2014 David Whitehead

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