City of Widows

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Thorndike Press, 1994 - Fiction - 298 pages
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Page Murdock is sent to the tough New Mexico of 1881 to track a man and bring him to justice. But more than a trail of revenge, Murdock finds himself on a desperate odyssey. For in the Southwest a friend can turn out to be a man's cruelest enemy, an enemy his truest friend, and the woman he loves will be as voluptuous as Venus and as wicked as sin.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A somber, businesslike portrait of the 1880s American Southwest from the prolific Estleman (Whiskey River, 1990; etc.). Known to many as ``Satan's Sixgun,'' US Deputy Marshall Page Murdock is sent to ... Read full review

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In an act of personal vengeance, Judge Harlan Blackthorne of Montana Territory sends deputy U.S. Marshal Page Murdock to San Sabado, New Mexico, to bring to justice murderers Ross and Frank Baronet ... Read full review


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