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by Troy Howard

Author: Troy Howard
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Linford Western (December 1, 1999)
Pages: 264 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: lrf azw lit mobi

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Series: Linford Western Library. Paperback: 237 pages. I have nothing but great things to say about this book. Essentially it is like a Mike Hammer novel with a western backdrop. Publisher: Linford Western (September 1, 1991). The action is great and the prose is very cinematic which it really needs to be. The cover only adds to the visual experience.

Boot Hill (Linford Western).

Marshal Greg Stone took to the trail to hunt cattle rustlers. Boot Hill (Linford Western). 0708956173 (ISBN13: 9780708956175).

manufacturer: Linford Western.

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Boot Hill, or Boothill, is the name for any number of cemeteries, chiefly in the Western United States. During the 19th and early 20th century it was a common name for the burial grounds of gunfighters, or those who "died with their boots on" (. Although many towns use the name "Boot Hill", the first graveyard named "Boot Hill" was at Hays, Kansas, 5 years before the founding of Dodge City, Kansas.

This library of Stories from the Golden Age presents the best of L. Ron Hubbard’s fiction from the heyday of storytelling, the Golden Age of the pulp magazines. In these eighty volumes, readers are treated to a full banquet of 153 stories, a kaleidoscope of tales representing every imaginable genre: science fiction, fantasy, western, mystery, thriller, horror, even romance-action of all kinds and in all places. Because the pulps themselves were printed on such inexpensive paper with high acid content, issues were not meant to endure.

Marshal Greg Stone took to the trail to hunt cattle rustlers. At first it seemed easy when one rustler was caught, having been shot in the leg. But matters became complicated when two gun-toting brothers claimed they had bought the stolen cattle legally. It looked as if a bloody shoot-out might end it all, but violence erupted again with the arrival of a Pinkerton man. Stone would have to use all his guile and courage if he was to see justice done - and stay alive.