Time for Hanging

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M. Evans, 1989 - Fiction - 175 pages
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Someone has killed the preacher's daughter in Dry Springs, but just as a young Mexican boy is being fitted for a noose, the town drunk talks and the list of suspects grows

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The author's expertise as a writer of mysteries (the Sheriff Rhoades mysteries) adds greatly to this eminently readable Western. It is competently written in an economic style, fast and sure in ... Read full review


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About the author (1989)

Bill Crider is chair of the English department at Alvin Community College. He is also the author of the Professor Sally Good and the Carl Burns mysteries. He lives with his wife in Alvin, Texas.

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