Their first novel in three years, Barton's and Williams' Manhunt has been praised by Elmer Kelton as "a Western with a strong mystery twist". Sheriff C.D. Hollis was gunned down in cold blood--and his old friend Jefferson Davis King is set on finding the killer. When a loose-lipped gravedigger lets some clues slip, King is off on a manhunt as unexpected as it is dangerous.
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