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Deadwood dead men [text (large print)] / by Bill Markley.

By: Markley, Bill, 1951-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Wheeler large print western series: Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Wheeler Publishing, A part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 2014Edition: Large Print edition.Description: 443 pages ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781410465917.Subject(s): Hickok, Wild Bill, 1837-1876 -- Fiction | Reporters and reporting -- Fiction | Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction | Mining camps -- Fiction | Dakota Territory -- Fiction | Deadwood (S.D.) -- FictionGenre/Form: Large type books. | Western stories.DDC classification: 813/.6 Summary: In August 1876, Jack Jones, a reporter for a Chicago newspaper, is assigned to write about the doings of Deadwood, Dakota Territory-an illegal gold camp that knows no law. The lure of gold in the Lakota's Black Hills draws prospectors and many colorful characters, such as Al Swearengen, Calamity Jane, Colorado Charlie Utter, Seth Bullock, Madame Mustache, and Sol Star, and it also lures crime. After the shocking murder of an acquaintance Jack Jones begins investigating an entire string of murders that begins with Wild Bill Hickok and leads Jack down a treacherous trail that has him wondering if he won't be next.
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In August 1876, Jack Jones, a reporter for a Chicago newspaper, is assigned to write about the doings of Deadwood, Dakota Territory -- a lawless gold camp in the Lakota's Black Hills which draws prospectors and many colorful characters. After the shocking murder of an acquaintance, Jones begins investigating an entire string of murders that begins with Wild Bill Hickok and leads Jack down a treacherous trail that has him wondering if he won't be next.

In August 1876, Jack Jones, a reporter for a Chicago newspaper, is assigned to write about the doings of Deadwood, Dakota Territory-an illegal gold camp that knows no law. The lure of gold in the Lakota's Black Hills draws prospectors and many colorful characters, such as Al Swearengen, Calamity Jane, Colorado Charlie Utter, Seth Bullock, Madame Mustache, and Sol Star, and it also lures crime. After the shocking murder of an acquaintance Jack Jones begins investigating an entire string of murders that begins with Wild Bill Hickok and leads Jack down a treacherous trail that has him wondering if he won't be next.

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