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A Man Called Crow

By Chris Adam Smith

ISBN: 9780719818585
PUBLISHED (THIS EDITION): 01/02/2016
PAGES: 160
BINDING: Hardback PPC
SIZE: 186x123 mm
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Old time lawman Charlie Crow finds peace and tranquility in Wyoming, but before he can settle down with the woman he loves, he must face a distant and dangerous past.

The long forgotten trail leads back to the lawless Texas borderlands and a date with destiny. Old ghosts, graves and range wars; greed and double cross mark the long trail back to his youth.

His quick gun is wanted one last time if the town of Carol Creek is to survive the threatened chaos. From behind a county badge, Crow tries desperately to ride out the storm and return to Cheyenne, and the woman he left behind. Young gunfighter Billy Joe Watts rides hard on the lawman's tail, determined to kill the one man he fears.

It is a long, hard ride for a man named Crow...

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" A classic western told in great style and should lead the way for the revival of this genre. Chris Adam Smith is known for his books set in America's West and the Man Called Crow is a great tale that takes the reader back to the myths of those lawless lands that were developing fast, where speculators ran fast and loose around the law. Heroes appear on the trail, lead the town's resistance and walk off with the "local beauty" Chris Adam Smith displays his journalistic skills in leading the reader effortlessly through the twists and turns of this classic western plot. Great Stuff! "
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Posted By: Alan Searle

" Classic western.A loner,dusty town,cattle baron,the past coming back to haunt and a woman in every town.great read. "
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Posted By: David wilmot

" Another page turner from the pen of Chris Adam Smith ... classic Western fare, heroic goodies, villainous baddies - the glorious and inglorious men and women of the old west - strife, greed, love, politics - good deeds, bad deeds and the inevitable consequences - no cheap gimmicks, just good wholesome reading for lovers of the genre. "
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Posted By: Patrick Whelan

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