City of Widows

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Thorndike Press, 1994 - Fiction - 298 pages
2 Reviews
Page Murdock is sent to the tough New Mexico of 1881 to track a man and bring him to justice. But more than a trail of revenge, Murdock finds himself on a desperate odyssey. For in the Southwest a friend can turn out to be a man's cruelest enemy, an enemy his truest friend, and the woman he loves will be as voluptuous as Venus and as wicked as sin.

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Review: City of Widows (Page Murdock, US Deputy Marshall #5)

User Review  - Larry - Goodreads

Page Murdock is a deputy marshall for a federal judge who ranks right behind Isaac Parker for coming down hard on criminals. Murdock himself has been the agent of doom for gunmen all over the northern ... Read full review

Review: City of Widows (Page Murdock, US Deputy Marshall #5)

User Review  - Richard Bradley - Goodreads

There are historical aspects I admire mightily. Mainly, this is an excellent western. You might not think of Loren D. Estleman writing westerns. On the other hand, I think his western writing is ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
17
Section 2
96
Section 3
287
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