The Drifter is book two in Lori Copeland's Men of the Saddle serries and it's just as entertaining as the first one. As usual her stories are full of humor and romance with a twisting plot that keeps the reader guessing.
The Drifter is book two in Lori Copeland's Men of the Saddle serries and it's just as entertaining as the first one. If you enjoyed The Peacemaker, you love the Drifter.
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The drifter had braced Frank on a lonesome stretch of range miles from town. Frank went through the drifter's pockets and then loaded the man's body across his saddle and lashed him down. Frank had been resting after a morning of brush-popping cattle out of a huge thicket. He was tired, and so was his horse. Leading the skittish horse - who didn't like the smell of blood - Frank rode into the nearest town and up to the marshal's office. The much smaller town was miles closer than the fast-growing town of Denver. Frank explained what had happened, sort of - leaving out who hired the drifter, and why. "Any reason why this man would want to kill you, Morgan?" "No.
Another game in the cabin of the drifter Mission Ship, a converted fishing smack where the drifter men gather on their evenings off. Two of the youngsters, employed as cooks, have a game of draughts under the critical. Two of the youngsters, employed as cooks, have a game of draughts under the critical eye of an old hand. Drifter men of the royal navy. September 1941, on board drifters at scapa. Thousands of peacetime fishermen work as drifter men with the royal navy. The entire transport of personnel, of food supply and of mail to warships at anchor are carried out by the drifter men.
The man has spread rumors far and wide about his eagle eyes; the hero doesn't really believe them but remains .
The man has spread rumors far and wide about his eagle eyes; the hero doesn't really believe them but remains absolutely still all the same. He keeps his right eye fixed down the sight of his old rifle, surveying the small town below, where only a few dozen buildings greet his eyes. He knows the man is supposed to pass through here at some point today, but he has no idea when. Can she sacrifice an unnecessary pawn to keep saving many from the ravishes of the evil men she hunts? Would she be diminished or emboldened by the slaying of a sheep? She pulls into her complex and feels the weight of so many decisions coming down on her.
Song of the Drifter is a 1948 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by Frank H. Young.
Like a gust of wind, The Drifter quietly blows into a troubled town. He's low key, and usually The Quiet One that's not looking for trouble
Like a gust of wind, The Drifter quietly blows into a troubled town. He's low key, and usually The Quiet One that's not looking for trouble. He'll rarely raise the interest or curiosity of the townspeople or the Big Bad that's been slowly draining the town of all life and money.