• Unjust Punishment

  • Clay Brentwood, Book 2
  • By: Jared McVay
  • Narrated by: J.C. Jacobson
  • Length: 3 hrs and 41 mins
  • 3.8 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Unjust Punishment

By: Jared McVay
Narrated by: J.C. Jacobson
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Publisher's Summary

Clay Brentwood: rancher turned gunman on the vengeance trail!

Just when Clay Brentwood thought things were about to quiet down, new trouble comes his way in the form of Austin, Texas, Judge Horatio B. Tyson. The judge sends Bill McDaniel, head of the Texas Rangers, on a manhunt with two murder warrants; both for Clay Brentwood. 

The judge's last words to Bill McDaniel were, "Bring him back, dead or alive. And I don't care which."

©2016-2018 Jared McVay (P)2018 Creative Texts Publishers, LLC

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Terrible follow up to book #1

I bought this book after reading the first book with this character. This one is terrible.