Stand in the sun
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It is the fall of 1864 and the Civil War is dragging on in its last bloody, agonizing months. In the West, Indian uprisings have turned the Colorado Territory into a crimson nightmare. Colonel Kurt Marlin, a brilliant West Point cavalryman, is dispatched by President Lincoln as a special undercover agent to investigate a rumor that the Indian raids are in fact part of a Rebel conspiracy to win the West over to the Confederacy and win the war. His assignment is to put an end to the insurrection and the persons responsible. When Marlin arrives in Julesburg, Colorado, posing as a troubleshooter for the Overland Stage Line, he finds enough low life, greed, and chicanery to supply him with a number of possible culprits. Thousands of lives are hanging in the balance of Marlin's dangerous mission--including his own.
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