The Iron Door Mine

The Iron Door Mine

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, Westerns, Fiction

He wasn't a gunfighter, just a young lawyer. They kidnapped his wife to force him to give them the map to the Iron Door Mine and the gold hidden there. She told the kidnappers that her husband would kill them. They laughed and made fun of him.
Weeks later, on a fateful day in the Sonoran Desert, the young lawyer sat his horse and watched the kidnapper come toward him with a white flag on the barrel of his rifle. The kidnapper stopped and demanded he turn over the gold from the Iron Door Mine. The young lawyer told the kidnapper the only thing he would get was the bullet his wife had promised. The kidnapper made his play, and the young lawyer planted two bullets in the kidnapper's chest. The gold the Jesuits left in the Iron Door Mine has been sought for hundreds of years, but the truth is the young lawyer found it and took it away.

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    The Iron Door Mine Reviews

  • Tricia Hungerford

    The Iron Door Mine 🐎This not your usual Western!!! The story is amazing, unexpected and totally absorbing! I wish l could give it 10 stars! I love Westerns and the author amazed me with it's twists...

  • Trina Brooks

    A wonderful. Western about lawyers..A wonderful action western. A surprising twist with cowboys, outlaws and Indians.. then we get a gold mine thrown in. A grandpa's love and sharing his experience of...

  • Kate

    ExcellentCertainly an enjoyment. .Wonderful story with great examples. Highly recommend it.....kept me hanging on wanting more...many twist and turns. Thank you...

  • Charles Castell

    As always, Mr. Lane did another magnificent job with this exceptionally heartwarming and entertaining story. There is never a dull money and his uncanny renditions of our old western folklore adventur...

  • Alwilda Jaquish

    This was a unique western story as Ben is a highly intelligent lawyer who was tutored by his grandfather who encouraged him to excel in his studies, his legal career and his survival skills. His grand...

  • D. E.

    A Good Mine Western in the SOCAl desert West of TucsonRIO has written a western about a young man whose grandfather left him a map to a gold mine. Once he received the map his wife was kidnapped for t...

  • Katherine Whittaker

    Iron Door MineThe book was a really good read. The beginning and the end had a lot of action, so it kept you interested in what was going on. However, the middle of the book was not as interesting. I ...

  • Larry Killebrew

    Really good classic western...Some other reviewers talked about the slow start of this book. Friends, that so called slow start was what developed the backbone of the characters in this book. I wish m...

  • Masina Lane

    SearchingThis story is somewhat different from other stories from ROL. However, it is well written and fast moving with plenty of action involving criminals who are willing to do anything to get what ...

  • Norm S

    3 StarsStarts out slow. Grandpa gets a treasure map. Then helps grandson get a job at a law firm, he learns to box, meets Lilly gets married, then Grandpa dies. That's about the first half of the book...