Spur Award-Winning Author ED GORMAN>
STIRRING UP TROUBLE
When Stephen Payne rode into Favor to investigate the death of his younger brother, Art, he figured he'd have his work cut out for him. The rumor spreading through town was that Art had robbed a stagecoach and then hanged himself. Art had a history of trouble, so he might have committed the robbery—but suicide? Stephen had his doubts.
Favor was a town on the downside of a small silver boom, a town full of secrets. But Stephen owed it to his kid brother to cut through the secrets—and the lies—no matter what the cost.
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