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Justice in Hangtown

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Hangtown, California, 1852

A sequel to Going To See The Elephant. 

Hangtown got its name from the old oak tree at the edge of town, The Hanging Tree. The townsfolk don't tolerate troublemakers. In the past they've kept order with vigilantes who've strung up the lawless. 
Times have changed. Now they have a marshal - Boyd Cortland, who travelled as scout on the Wagon Train. 
Rose Mahoney, with her young brother Toby, has traveled over three thousand miles with the Wagon Train. They've arrived in Hangtown only to discover the Muddy Water Mine deed is valueless. There is no gold. The mine is a scam. Undaunted, Rose is determined to make the best of things. She has money to invest and goes into business with Wilhelmina Hogg. They open a restaurant, The Wilhelmina Rose and Toby Mahoney is the odd-job-man around the place. Everything is going well, a bit too well...
Then trouble arrives. 
The bank is robbed. The 'Three Brother' gang, who kill lawmen for fun, turn up and tell everyone they aim to shoot the marshal… 
A scar-faced man, Jonny Montana, comes to town with a chip on his shoulder and a wish to get even…
Marshal Cortland doesn’t like it when Montana takes a job at The Wilhelmina Rose. He considers Rose to be his girl. What is Rose up to?
And a man brandishing a whip is looking for Wilhelmina Hogg… 
How many blossoms will swing from The Hanging Tree?


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