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reliance

The sins of the father, the sins of the son.

For years Sheriff Tom Gillman always did what the Baron asked of him. The same as his father did before him. Now that he’s grown a conscience, he’s being run out of town on a rail.

His last day on the job,Tom decides to rob the town bank but he’s beaten to it by an out of town crew looking to make a fast and easy score. The robbery goes wrong and becomes a hostage situation.

Now Tom must rescue the hostages and still rob the bank before the Baron’s son, the new Sheriff elect (who will stop at nothing to protect his father’s money) takes control and ruins Tom’s plan of escape and revenge.

You can enter the town of Reliance and Tom’s journey through Amazon. Purchase the book and enter a story of rage, regret, and revenge in the modern West.

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