Dead man's journey [text (large print)] : a western sextet / Les Savage, Jr.
By: Savage, Les.Material type: BookSeries: Circle V western: Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Large Print, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Edition: First edition, August 2019.Description: 288 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781643583037; 1643583034.Other title: Dead mans journey.Subject(s): Wagon trains -- Fiction | Cheyenne Indians -- Fiction | Women singers -- Fiction | Sheriffs -- Fiction | Outlaws -- Fiction | Revenge -- Fiction | Gold mines and mining -- Fiction | Theatrical companies -- Fiction | Frontier and pioneer life -- Fiction | Large type booksGenre/Form: Western fiction.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
In "The Wagon Warrior," David Brooke, a hunter for freight caravans, finds himself shackled in a wagon because he had been raised by the Cheyenne who are being blamed for the attack on an earlier supply train. In "The Man Who Tamed Tombstone," singer Kate Lawrence and Eddie Hammer, her manager, arrive in Tombstone for a series of concerts and find themselves in danger as a power struggle between Sheriff Nevis and Marshal Graham plays out.
"Original. First time in print."--Cover.
The wagon warrior -- The man who tamed tombstone -- Bullets and bullwhips -- Owlhoot maverick -- Bullets bar this trail -- Dead man's journey.
"In 'The Wagon Warrior,' David Brooke, a hunter for freight caravans, finds himself shackled in a wagon because he had been raised by the Cheyenne who are being blamed for the attack on an earlier supply train. In 'The Man Who Tamed Tombstone,' singer Kate Lawrence and Eddie Hammer, her manager, arrive in Tombstone for a series of concerts and find themselves in danger as a power struggle between Sheriff Nevis and Marshal Graham plays out. Blackballed by the freighting companies when his caravan burned three years ago, killing five men, Blackie Barr in 'Bullets and Bullwhips' is given a second chance by Pop Trevers, whose future depends on making good on a government contract. In 'Owlhoot Maverick,' Johnny Peters, out to avenge the death of his father, the outlaw Concho Peters, becomes conflicted when the man he seeks saves his life and offers him a job on a cattle drive. In 'Bullets Bar This Trail,' Tracy Bannerman, Hal Wells, and Carol Hastings race to Butte with forty thousand dollars in cash to exercise the option on the Golden Ace mine for their client, but soon Tracy becomes suspicious about the intentions of the other two. In 'Dead Man's Journey,' when Ray Bandelier is suspected of killing the man who grub-staked him, he sneaks out of town with an acting troupe that soon finds themselves the target of outlaws."--Back cover.