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Gunfire men : a Western trio

Author: L L Foreman
Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Large Print, 2013. ©2013
Series: A western trio
Edition/Format:   book_largeprint : Fiction : English : Center Point Large Print edition. Large print editionView all editions and formats
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In the first short story, "Last Stand Mesa," from the San Saba to Dodge City, and many places in between, there were men who remembered Mike McLean -- too many of them. That's why his long dodge is finally over -- and why he now has to make his last stand. "Powdersmoke Empire" sees a wild town -- a hangout for gunmen, thieves, and outlaws -- under the protection of Big Mac. And the ramrod of the mob was Bain Foyle,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Western stories
Large type books
Short stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: L L Foreman
ISBN: 9781611737288 1611737281
OCLC Number: 824686409
Description: 382 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
Contents: Last stand mesa --
Powdersmoke empire --
Mustang Trail.
Series Title: A western trio
Responsibility: L.L. Foremann.

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In the first short story, "Last Stand Mesa," from the San Saba to Dodge City, and many places in between, there were men who remembered Mike McLean -- too many of them. That's why his long dodge is finally over -- and why he now has to make his last stand. "Powdersmoke Empire" sees a wild town -- a hangout for gunmen, thieves, and outlaws -- under the protection of Big Mac. And the ramrod of the mob was Bain Foyle, Big Mac's Number One Man. Honesty was a dangerous luxury here, but for Bain Foyle it would become a priceless necessity. "The Mustang Trail" features Rogue Bishop, who looks exactly like what he is -- a sharp-edged, tougher than nails, gun-slinging gambler. Usually he sticks to poker and bets straight on his own nerve. But this time he's playing on luck -- to catch a horse thief. It's his biggest gamble ever -- a cutthroat game right down to the last chip.

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