The Searching Guns

The Searching Guns

Large Print - 2008
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The buzzards, huge and ominous, circled effortlessly overhead as Sheriff Dan Guthry opened his eyes. His left arm felt lifeless, and his shirtsleeve was matted with blood as he lay where his prisoner, Sul Rich, had left him for dead. Dan had tracked the mad-dog killer through the burning hell of the New Mexico badlands, and now, the outlaw had a day's start on him.

Savagery was a way of life for Sul. Three weeks earlier he had gunned down the parson and raped and murdered his daughter. Six more killings followed before Dan captured the heartless murderer. And now he was on the loose again. Sul Rich had to be stopped before he struck again.

When he was a young boy, Ray Hogan listened to his father and other old-timers tell tales from the past. Inspired to recast these tales as fiction, he became one of the best-loved Western authors of all time.

Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2008.
Edition: Center Point lg. print ed.
ISBN: 9781602853195
Characteristics: 191 p. (large print) ; 22 cm.


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