Red Water

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Penguin, 2009 - Fiction - 185 pages
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Why is the marshal of Red Water, Wyoming, dead set on killing some greenhorn thieves without trial or evidence? Clint aims to find out when he joins the posse. Something's fishy--and all the drink in Red Water can't wash out the foul taste in Clint's mouth. Original.
 

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Contents

ONE
1
TWO
4
THREE
9
FOUR
14
FIVE
18
SIX
23
SEVEN
27
EIGHT
33
TWENTYFOUR
99
TWENTYFIVE
102
TWENTYSIX
106
TWENTYSEVEN
111
TWENTYEIGHT
115
TWENTYNINE
117
THIRTY
120
THIRTYONE
126

NINE
38
TEN
41
ELEVEN
44
TWELVE
48
THIRTEEN
53
FOURTEEN
56
FIFTEEN
61
SIXTEEN
64
SEVENTEEN
68
EIGHTEEN
73
NINETEEN
80
TWENTY
84
TWENTYONE
87
TWENTYTWO
91
TWENTYTHREE
95
THIRTYTWO
131
THIRTYTHREE
135
THIRTYFOUR
138
THIRTYFIVE
143
THIRTYSIX
149
THIRTYSEVEN
152
THIRTYEIGHT
155
THIRTYNINE
158
FORTY
162
FORTYONE
168
FORTYTWO
172
FORTYTHREE
176
FORTYFOUR
180
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Robert J. Randisi was a mystery writer who, in 1979, was asked to create a Western Series to be published by Charter Books. He created the Gunsmith Series, writing under the pseudonym J. R. Roberts, which he followed with a story in the Tracker Series as Tom Cutter and seven other western series under seven other pseudonyms. He has also written several Mystery stories as well. Randisi is the author of over 400 novels, 40 short stories, has edited 25 anthologies and has written under 15 pseudonyms. He founded the Private Eye Writers of America and created the Shamus Award. He is co-founder of Mystery Scene Magazine and the American Crime Writer's League. Randisi has also the edited Mean Streets and the Private Eye Writers of America's newsletter. He was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Southwest Mystery Convention and has been nomiated for the Shamus Award four times.

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