Bullets in the Sun

Bullets in the Sun

A Western Story

Book - 2011
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"Sunrise, despite its name, is a wicked town. It is the only wide open town in the Crazy Butte country. It attracts gamblers, above all Dan Farlin, who works in the Red Arrow, the most prosperous saloon in Sunrise, owned by Big Tom Lester, who runs the town if anyone does. Sheriff Mills usually stays in Rocky Point, the county seat, and rarely comes to Sunrise, in part because of a tacit agreement he has with outlaw leader Ed Lawson, who in exchange for legal immunity for him and his gang has never committed a robbery in the Crazy Butte country. But then Sheriff Mills shows up in Sunrise and warns Big Tom that a man named Bovert is heading for the town and Big Tom is to pass the word to everyone including Ed Lawson that Bovert is to be left alone. Ed Lawson and his gang, loaded with money from a recent robbery, arrive in Sunrise, looking for a game with Farlin. Could all this be Sheriff Mills's strategy, that with the arrival of the fearsome Bovert a conflict will break out among the lawless element, and that one or more of them will not live through it?"--P. [2] of jacket.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Five Star, 2011.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781432825188
1432825186
Characteristics: 218 p. ;,23 cm.

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