Dead Man Walking: A Wild West Omnibus
by John Russell Fearn
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The old west is brought back to life in this must-have collection of western adventures by bestselling author John Russell Fearn.
When Brad Morrison stops by the Yellow Nugget saloon, he seems like just another prospector looking for gold.
But for a simple man, Brad sure finds a lot trouble for himself.
Getting on the bad side of Black Joe, who all but runs the town, is a mistake.
Getting on the good side of Joe's beautiful fiancée, Betty Tarrant, is even worse.
But with the prospect of gold up for grabs, Brad isn't going anywhere...
YELLOW GULCH LAW
Jess Burton and his sidekick Shorty Pearson ride into Yellow Gulch, desperate to find work after months on the road.
They enlist into Wilton de Brock's company, even though the pay is bad and de Brock's reputation even worse.
Only a day into the job, Burton realises the extent of what he has signed up for. But with de Brock having a firm grip on not just the work camp, but the whole of Yellow Gulch, escape seems all but impossible...
TOWN WITHOUT LAW
Gold Point, a festering town in the West, is completely in the power of local tyrant Sherman Hall.
With no governing authority, Hall is free to set the law as he pleases, and the law of the gun is the only one he rules by.
Rex M'Clyde, an honest man, grew up in Gold Point, alongside Sherman Hall. But Hall views him as a threat.
When Hall frames him for a murder he didn't commit, M'Clyde knows he stands no chance and quickly finds himself cast out into the desert.
With no food or water, he's as good as dead. Or is he... ?
Praise for John Russell Fearn
'A classic story of adventure and courage in the Old West.' - Tom Kasey, best-selling author of Trade Off.
John Russell Fearn (1908-1960) is well remembered for almost single-handedly driving the post-World War II boom in British publishing with a flood of science fiction, detective stories, and westerns. His writing appeared under various pseudonyms and has been translated into many ...
Length: 328 Pages (1,073 KB)Lending: EnabledAdded: Oct 27th, 2020