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Hired guns [text (large print)] / Max Brand.

By: Brand, Max, 1892-1944.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Bath : Chivers, 2011Description: 348 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781408493533 (cased); 1408493535 (cased); 9781408493540 (pbk.); 1408493543 (pbk.).Subject(s): Revenge -- West (U.S.) -- FictionGenre/Form: Western stories. | Large type books. | Western fiction. | Western stories, fiction.DDC classification: Large Print Subject: Billy Buel didn't look like a man who could inspire fear. He was a slight man with boyish good looks and a gentle manner, but he was also a fearsome fighter with hands or guns or knives. Billy Buel was one of those rare men who had learned from every defeat he'd ever been handed. For nine years a feud had raged between the Benchleys and the Camps. At last, they decided on a two-man duel to settle their grudge. Now Billy Buel, hired by the Camps, faced Ames Benchley for the showdown. "Choose your signal for the draw, " Ames declared. "You heard that owl hoot?" Billy Buel asked, "The next time he hoots we go for our guns."
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Billy Buel was a fearsome fighter with hands or guns or knives. For nine years a feud had raged between the Benchleys and theCamps. At last, they decided on a two-man duel to settle their grudge. Now Billy, hired by the Camps, faces Ames Benchley.

Billy Buel didn't look like a man who could inspire fear. He was a slight man with boyish good looks and a gentle manner, but he was also a fearsome fighter with hands or guns or knives. Billy Buel was one of those rare men who had learned from every defeat he'd ever been handed. For nine years a feud had raged between the Benchleys and the Camps. At last, they decided on a two-man duel to settle their grudge. Now Billy Buel, hired by the Camps, faced Ames Benchley for the showdown. "Choose your signal for the draw, " Ames declared. "You heard that owl hoot?" Billy Buel asked, "The next time he hoots we go for our guns."

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