Yuma Gold

yuma-gold_steven-law_territorial-prision_suken_treasureIn 1904 Ben Ruby walks from the Yuma Territorial Prison after doing eight years on the false testimony of his crooked boss, L.J. Gorum.

Ruby carries a burning sense of revenge and the key to sunken treasure in Gorum’s backyard. He teams up with a geologist to dig for Spanish galleons buried when the site was the Pacific Ocean. As a huge storms rolls in, threatening Gorum’s canals and fruit farm, they uncover one of the treasure ships. Gorum’s gunmen open fire. You’ll be turning the pages quickly to find out who gets the golden millions.

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