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Whispering Gulch isn't much of a town. Didn't even have a boot hill like Tombstone. On a dusty day, near the end of the 19th century, a Pinkerton man arrives in Whispering Gulch on a wandering daughter case. Hired by the wealthy father who'd received letters from his daughter postmarked "Whispering Gulch", the Pinkerton man shows a photo around. Several old timers claim this could be the "nekked lady". Could this be a prank? Were the old timers leading him out into the desert to leave him? When an angelic blonde lady steps out of her dress to bathe in the gulch, well, it's no joke anymore.
Lust turns to love and the Pinkerton man has his wandering daughter. Or does he?
©2012 O'Neil De Noux (P)2015 O'Neil De Noux
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By tom on 08-26-15

A great author/narrator combo

Very enjoyable short story. Rich and true in historical detail. Would of like to known more about what happened to remaining characters. Narrator was entertaining. Minus sound effects, it was reminiscent of an old western radio program. Would definitely turn in next week.

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By Shirley G on 08-25-15

Pulled into the Past

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I always love a good western and this mystery story set in the old west was so nice to hear. I’m no stranger to O’Neil De Noux’s writing (mysteries and historical fiction) and liked this story when I first read it. The audio version gives it a different feel, like I found a lost recording of a heartfelt yarn. Mr. Dzwonkowski’s voice is perfect for this story.

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