John T. Wayne, Author

Peace in the valley

As a Gaslight Boy, Duke John Robinson had been kidnapped off the streets of St. Louis by Ol’ Slantface. Escaping that fate, he wound up in a do or die fight with an old enemy of his father’s. With nothing left for him in Arkansas he headed west to make a new life for himself in Peace Valley. In his pocket he had papers giving him legal rights to all the waterholes in and around the valley. Once the ranchers realize he owns all those waterholes, his life won’t be worth the paper he’s carrying in his pocket. But no one realizes what they’ve cornered until Duke makes his stand and there will be no peace in the valley until he’s through.
RDP 5.0 out of 5 stars September, 22 2019 Format: Paperback I thought this was one the best in The Gaslight Boys series. It started human trafficking or as it was know then, as kidnapping and slave trading, but John Robinson has come a long Way. It’s a fast and exciting read, survival is a basic instinct for young Duke. I highly recommend!
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Peace in the valley

As a Gaslight Boy, Duke John Robinson had been kidnapped off the streets of St. Louis by Ol’ Slantface. Escaping that fate, he wound up in a do or die fight with an old enemy of his father’s. With nothing left for him in Arkansas he headed west to make a new life for himself in Peace Valley. In his pocket he had papers giving him legal rights to all the waterholes in and around the valley. Once the ranchers realize he owns all those waterholes, his life won’t be worth the paper he’s carrying in his pocket. But no one realizes what they’ve cornered until Duke makes his stand and there will be no peace in the valley until he’s through.
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John T. Wayne, Author

RDP 5.0 out of 5 stars September, 22 2019 Format: Paperback I thought this was one the best in The Gaslight Boys series. It started human trafficking or as it was know then, as kidnapping and slave trading, but John Robinson has come a long Way. It’s a fast and exciting read, survival is a basic instinct for young Duke. I highly recommend!