Wild Waymire: A Western Duo

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Center Point Pub., 2011 - Fiction - 255 pages
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Wild Waymire: The two things Matthew Waymire's father hates most are women and the Hunnicuts -- and his son Ernie has gone and fallen in love with Irene Hunnicut! After one too many beatings from Matthew, Ernie decides to run away with Irene. But things don't work out as planned. The young lovers are betrayed by their own kin, and Ernie is livid. Heaven help anyone who gets in the way of his revenge.

They Called Him A Killer: When Stuart Cannon was twelve years old, his father, Lloyd, was convicted of murdering Stuart's mother while in a drunken stupor. The boy has been on his own ever since. Now, the elder Cannon has escaped from prison and Father Gonzales enlists Stuart's help. He wants him to find his father before the law finds him and kills him. Lloyd has always maintained his innocence and swore he'd go after his wife's killer if he ever had the chance. Though he's never believed in his father's innocence, Stuart has to wonder: could his father be innocent?

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About the author (2011)

Lewis Byford Patten was a prolific author of American Western novels, born in Denver, Colorado in 1915. He often published under the names Lewis Ford, Len Leighton and Joseph Wayne. He used the last two names when writing in collaboration with Wayne D. Overholser. He died on May 22, 1981. His novels included Trail to Vicksburg (1997), Death Rides the Denver Stage (1999), The Woman at Ox-Yoke (2000) and Blood on the Grass (2002).

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