He packed no hardware - in fact, he didn't even know what the term meant! Where he came from, horses were used for plowing and liquor for curing a bad cold. He was the greenest greenhorn the west had ever seen, and he thought the west a strange place too.
That was amiable Jerry Wullivan who suddenly found himself the owner of a rough saloon in a town run by violence.
A Marshall For Lawless
By Ray Hogan
John Glyde needed money and the town of Lawless needed a lawman, for which it was willing to pay. The deal looked so good, John knew there must be a catch somewhere.
He met the catch on the trail into town - leveling a six-gun straight at John's chest. It was the man who had originally named the town Lawless, and if he had anything to say about it, it was going to remain that way.
Clean covers with some wear, including a long dogear at the top of the Booth side. Spins is creased in the middle, and worn at all four corners. Pages are brown. Binding is flexible but intact.
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