Trouble Man

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Leisure Books, 1998 - Fiction - 312 pages
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Ray Coyle used to be a gunfighter. One of the best. He had built quite a name for himself throughout the West. Then he packed it all in and got an honest job in a travellign Wild West show, giving sharpshooting exhibitions. It wasn't much, but at least he could try to put his past behind him. He tried for ten years. But when he got word that his boy had been killed in a gunfight in Coopersville, he just had to go there -- to bring the body home, if nothing else. But there were a lot of guilty consciences in Coopersville, folks who knew that when the old gunfighter stepped off the train, he was bringing something else with him...trouble.

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User Review  - Jeff Dickison - Goodreads

Good western as ex-gunfighter comes west to bury his son and find who has called him. Good plot, exciting gunplay. Recommended to fans of westerns. Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1998)

Ed Gorman was born in November 2, 1941 in Iowa. He grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Marion, Iowa before finally settling down in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Gorman has written 11 novels and has 22 works of short fiction. He is the executive editor of Mystery Scene Magazine and writes both mysteries and westerns. His novel "Wolf Moon" was nominated for a Spur Award as Best Paperback Original.

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