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The not likely narrator via this story of misadventures is one Curt Marder: gambler, drinker, cheat, and would-be womanizer. it is 1871, and he is misplaced his farm, his spouse, and his puppy to a band of marauding hooligans. With not anything to continue to exist yet a wish to get better what's rightfully his, Marder is pressured to enlist the aid of the easiest tracker within the West: a black guy named Bubba.

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