52035 Impostors In Mesquite / Marshal From Whiskey Smith FAIR
Impostors In Mesquite By Gene Tuttle
Sandy Shores was just drifting when Paul Ford offered him $20,000 to claim that he was the heir to the Box-S, a silver-laden ranch near Mesquite. Sandy thought it was safe, if somewhat shady, and agreed.
It took him one day in Mesquite to find out that his life was at stake, He had to decide -- now!, right this second, whether to stay and find out who was taking pot-shots at hism, and why.
Marshal From Whiskey Smith
By Eric Allen
"Whiskey Smith," as any long-time fan of Westerns knows, is the name that was hung on the wide-open town of Fort Smith, Arkansas. It was a locale that spanned two workds: the civilized East and the wide-open West, and produced several very interesting historical characters.
In this novel, it produced Trace Brundage, a newly-commissioned U. S. Marshal, assigned to bring law and order to a wild ramshackle town called Bunch.
A solid but battered copy. Lots of crinkles in each cover, with edge and corner wwear. Spine has tape around each end. Pages are lightly browned. Binding is tight except for a pair of hinge creases.
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