Edward Gorman, Martin Harry Greenberg
Berkley Books, 2001 - Fiction - 279 pages
Desperate men in desperate timeshellip;A miner with a secret past is asked to don the marshalrs"s badge and clean up Basin City in Louis Lrs"Amourrs"s "The Town No Guns Could Tame."Bill Gulick tells the tale of two friends on opposite sides of the law-and of what happens when "Gamblerrs"s Luck" runs out.A man finds himself the center of attention after accusing a stranger of murder in Bill Pronzinirs"s "Hero."Loren D. Estlemanrs"s U.S. Deputy Marshal Page Murdock must arrest a wanted outlaw who found God-and became "The Angel of Santa Sofia."
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