From out of the West, Virginia, a heroine of the modern era emerges. A killer. A huntress. Tina Markus, assassin. The Winchester Girl, who carries that rifle, the model 1873. The Gun that Won the West. Tina was a teacher. A good one. Well loved by her kids. And then one day, she was called on by fate. To save them. She emerged from that trial a new woman. Her true self. An ace with a weapon. Still honorable. Now a paid killer. She is paid to kill the worst of the worst, when no one else can hunt them down. Tina finds her target. Slowly she stalks them. Taking her time. Watching her movements. Careful to be a friendly girl, who kills unfriendly. When Tina meets Maurice Leggio, her world is at first unchanged. He is merely a means to the end she wants. She wants to be an assassin, and he points her in the right direction. But of course, when the strength of a Mafia made man meets her own, it is only time, and situation, until they come closer together. Yet it is this closeness which begins to unravel the life she so carefully built for herself. First, as a killer for hire. Later, as a crack lone FBI Agent. Her character is above question. It is only the life she has to lead which causes her problems. It seems that the harder she tries to do right, the more hell she must go through. But always she faces it with a good warm smile, and a tenacious attitude that never loses her a friend or fails to scare an enemy. So come with me now, to the pages of Modern Year. To meet Tina. The Winchester Girl.
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