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  • Author:
    Bill Crider
  • ISBN:
    0871315653
  • ISBN13:
    978-0871315656
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  • Publisher:
    M Evans & Co; First Edition edition (January 1, 1989)
  • Pages:
    181 pages
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    Genre Fiction
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He also wrote five children's books. Too Late to Die won an Anthony Award for best first mystery novel in 1986. Galveston Gunman Evans novel of the West.

Bill Crider (July 28, 1941 – February 12, 2018) was an American author of crime fiction among other work. at the University of North Texas, in Denton. Later, he taught English at Howard Payne University for twelve years, before earning a P. at the University of Texas at Austin, where he wrote a dissertation on the hardboiled detective novel.

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Medicine Show: An Evans Novel of the West. Max Allan Collins, Ed Gorman, Paul Levine, Vicki Hendricks, Bill Crider, Libby Fischer Hellmann, Stephen Gallagher, Joel Goldman, Naomi Hirahara, Harry Shannon, Lee Goldberg, Dave Zeltserman. Where the Hell Is Addis Ababa?: Tales from the Files of a Very Public Private Investigator. Clyde A. Wilson, Bill Crider, Mike Cochran.

Lee Strate has been shot and left for dead by two men who stole every penny of his 5000 fortune. You're getting the VIP treatment! With the purchase of Kobo VIP Membership, you're getting 10% off and 2x Kobo Super Points on eligible items. Your Shopping Cart is empty. There are currently no items in your Shopping Cart.

Sheriff Dan Rhodes series. Galveston Gunman (M. Evans, 1989). A Time for Hanging (M. Evans, 1989)

Sheriff Dan Rhodes series. Too Late to Die (Walker, 1986; Ivy, 1989) – (Winner of the 1987 Anthony Award for Best First Novel). Shotgun Saturday Night (Walker, 1987; Ivy, 1989). Cursed to Death (Walker, 1988; Ivy, 1990). Death on the Move (Walker, 1989; Ivy, 1990). Evil at the Root (St. Martin's, 1990; Ivy, 1991). Booked for a Hanging (St. Martin's, 1992). Medicine Show (M. Evans, 1990). Outrage at Blanco (Dell, 1999). Texas Vigilante (Dell, 1999). all published under the pseudonym "Jack MacLane").

This suspenseful novel has as a bonus vivid descriptions of the Rio Grande country and the hazardous lives of its inhabitants during the reign of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico

This suspenseful novel has as a bonus vivid descriptions of the Rio Grande country and the hazardous lives of its inhabitants during the reign of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico. Curtis Daniels, wanted for murder in Texas, runs with Mexican bandits led by Guerrero, who robs and kills rich and poor alike as he seeks to become king of Sierra Madre. Not a killer at heart, Daniels leaves the band after a bloody melee. With Buffalo, a huge gringo, and Vasquez, a small Mexican, he sets out to avenge the deaths and to rescue Angelina, captured by Guerrero

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Book's title: Galveston gunman Bill Crider. Library of Congress Control Number: 88037362. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0871315653.

Ryan Rides Back (M. Evans, 1988). World Heritage Encyclopedia is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization. Keepers of the Beast (Zebra, 1988). Goodnight, Moom (Zebra, 1989). Blood Dreams (Zebra, 1989).

This book centers on the lives of ranchers and farmers in 1950s Texas. This novel isn’t what we think of as a classic western, as there aren’t any cowboys or cattle rustlers. This is about a family in the west who struggle to survive. Elmer Kelton is a seven time Spur Award winner and it shows. He really brings the period alive and writes in a thoroughly engaging style that makes you really feel for the characters and their lives.

Jack, a freed slave, saves robbery victim Lee Strate, and together they trail the racist, crooked Colonel Benson to stop his rousing of black and white tempers, thievery, and plans to assassinate President Grant