Loren D. Estleman, winner of five Spur awards, is known for his snappy writing and well-developed characters. In The Book of Murdock, Estleman creates a gumpy, old lawman disguised as a priest. “Brother” Murdock travels to a small Texas town where he carries a Bible as well as a shootin’ iron, hoping to identify a gang of seven masked men involved in everything from bank holdups to cattle rustling. Then Murdock runs into a shady lady from his past. Will she foil his undercover sleuthing? This Western mystery, intricately plotted, has a surpise ending.
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- The Dalles, Oregon
- Chris Enss
- On the Trading Post Trail
- A Mind-Boggling Casa of History
- A Modern Stagecoach Adventure
- John Wayne’s Six-Gun Clone
- Digging Up San Jacinto
- A Tall Order?
- 83 Must-See True West Destinations
- The Cheesy Old West
- Eye Tech in the Old West
- Double D Ranch: Western Boho with a Gypsy Soul
- Valuable Vaqueros
- I’ve heard that Indians plundered the bodies of dead soldiers after the Little Bighorn battle.
- What is the consensus as to the time frame of the Old West?
- My husband’s great uncle was Frank Wheeler.
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