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    Robert J. Randisi
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    Dorchester Pub Co Inc; Reprint edition (November 25, 2008)
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    196 pages
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The Lawman Robert J. Randisi ROBERT J. RANDISI The Lawman To Gordon Shirreffs. Decker paused in front of the Hastings, Kansas, sheriff’s office to read the posters that were affixed to the oustide wall.

The Lawman Robert J. LUCKY SHOT Señor, I am sure you have taken the wrong attitude. We are not bandidos, we are just. There were a few possibilities, but the one that caught his eye was a poster for a man named Moran. The poster also called him The Lawman. It explained that Moran had ridden into six different towns, gotten himself appointed sheriff and then within anywhere from two weeks to two months he would up and rob the bank and leave town.

One of the townsmen had been killed, and one injured. Decker found Jose sitting behind the desk in the sheriff’s office.

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Robert J. Randisi is the creator and author of The Gunsmith, the popular Western series with more than 250 novels and more than 5 million books in print, which was written under the pen name . Under various pseudonyms, Pseudonyms include W. B. Longley, Robert Lake, Spenser Fortune, Joshua Randall, Tom Cutter, . Roberts, Joseph Meek, Cole Weston, Lew Baines, Paul Ledd and Jon Sharpe.

In the Spur Award-winning title story, a Pinkerton detective, a couple on the run, a wanted man, and a traveling salesman with mysterious wares all converge on the banks of Crucifixion River to take shelter from an impending storm. Having lost a wife to violence and a son to retribution, onetime Texas sheriff Daniel Shaye has brought what remains of his shattered family - two grown boys fiercely devoted to their father and justice - to Vengeance Creek, Arizona. In a lawless town, they become the law, grieving for their slain loved ones while looking to start a new life free of further bloodshed. But destiny has other plans for the Shayes.

Vengeance Creek Robert J. Randisi Having lost a wife to violence and a son to retribution, onetime Texas sheriff Daniel Shaye . Arriving in Vengeance Creek penniless and looking for work, he found that the lawman job was open. Randisi Having lost a wife to violence and a son to retribution, onetime Texas sheriff Daniel Shaye has brought what remains of his shattered family - two grown. There had been no election because no one else wanted to run for the office. No one wanted the job. Vengeance Creek had a rowdy populace, and most of them liked the idea of having no lawman. Shaye recalled discussing the situation with his sons. You want to pin on a badge again, Pa?

Like Randisi's stories and the way he writes them.

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After hitting banks all over the West, Red Moran, a bank robber masquerading as a sheriff, heads to Mexico where the real law cannot touch him but does not count on a bounty hunter named Decker who will stop at nothing to make him pay for his crimes. Reprint.

Johnny "Red" Moran has been sheriff of six different towns in eight months. When he got tired of a town he moved on & this usually only took two or three months, but there was always something he done right before he left...he dropped past the local bank & made a withdrawal. Of course, the fact that he didn't have an account & that he was the sheriff & made his withdrawal at gunpoint didn't really matter. He kept the nice shinny badges as a memento.
Once he had been an honest sheriff but he got tired of the townspeople looking down on him & pretty much treating him like an elected servant. One day he just got tired of it all & from then on the pattern was set.
His latest town was Pemberton, Colorado Territory but his stop at the bank to make his usual withdrawal went very wrong. The bank manager wasn't very cooperative & Moran smacked him in the head with his gun. Unbeknownst to Moran, he had killed the banker so the bounty went from $1,500 for robbery to $2,500 for robbery & murder.
Meanwhile in Hastings, Kansas bounty hunter Decker is looking through the wanted posters in Sheriff Kevin Randle's office & runs across the poster on Moran. Decker pulls the poster off the wall, folds it. pockets it thinking, "Now this one should be real interesting!"
Little does he know how interesting things are about to get as he hunts for the wanted man known now as "The Lawman."
This was an excellent, unusual story that I would recommend to any western fan.
But, I only gave it four stars because of the sexual content. Not to my liking & it could have easily been told without it.
Another exciting,suspenseful good book by Robert J. Randisi! Alot of suspense, and who's on first kind of thing. But it sure held your interest! I highly recommend this book and this series of so far, five books. The next one is Beauty and the Bounty. Can hardly wait to see what happens .
WOW!! I have read a few Randisi novels, but this one was very different. The twists and turns were great, but it was a little more brusque than any of the other novels I have read. Very descriptive and sexy. Watch out for the black widow.
If that's the kind of literature you like, then read this book.

Not for me. I won't waste my time.
I rated it 5 stars because it was another good Robert Randisi book. I would recommend this book to someone who enjoys western stories.
The lawman great western I enjoyed reading it. I'll order more by Robert J. Randisi I hope others that have read this book enjoyed it as much as I did
I loved the book from beginning to end. Just recently started reading Mr. Randisi books and fell in love with them. I recommend this book to everyone. If you have never read a western before, start with Randisi and you won't be disappointed. Happy readings!
Great read, I love Randisi's books. This is a good one. I would recommend it.