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The Dallas Madam

Author: Jake Logan
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Berkley Books, ©1984.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"The last thing Slocum needed was to get involved in a family feud which began with the cold-blooded murder of Belle Starr, a woman with a shady reputation. But Belle's beautiful daughter Pearl was begging him to track down her mother's killer, and she was offering something no man could refuse. Besides, it was too much to expect justice from ruthless "Hanging Judge" Parker, who wanted Slocum out of town before  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Western stories
Paperbacks
Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jake Logan
ISBN: 0425072584 : 9780425072585
OCLC Number: 11075497
Notes: "A Berkley Book."
Description: 185 pages
Responsibility: Jake Logan.

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"The last thing Slocum needed was to get involved in a family feud which began with the cold-blooded murder of Belle Starr, a woman with a shady reputation. But Belle's beautiful daughter Pearl was begging him to track down her mother's killer, and she was offering something no man could refuse. Besides, it was too much to expect justice from ruthless "Hanging Judge" Parker, who wanted Slocum out of town before daylight. Or else."--BOOK COVER.

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