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Hired Guns (Large Print) (Center Point Premier Western)

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Synopsis:

Billy Buel didn't look like a man who could inspire fear. He was a slight man with boyish good looks and a gentle manner, but he was also a fearsome fighter with hands or guns or knives. Billy Buel was one of those rare men who had learned from every defeat he'd ever been handed. For nine years a feud had raged between the Benchleys and the Camps. At last, they decided on a two-man duel to settle their grudge. Now Billy Buel, hired by the Camps, faced Ames Benchley for the showdown. "Choose your signal for the draw," Ames declared. "You heard that owl hoot;" Billy Buel asked, "The next time he hoots we go for our guns."

Product Details

ISBN:
9781602855274
Publisher:
Center Point
Subject:
Western stories
Author:
Brand, Max
Subject:
Large type books
Subject:
Westerns - General
Edition Description:
Large Print
Large Print:
Y
Series:
Center Point Premier Western
Publication Date:
20090931
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Dimensions:
8.48x5.80x1.11 in. 1.16 lbs.

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Hired Guns (Large Print) (Center Point Premier Western)
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"Synopsis" by , Billy Buel didn't look like a man who could inspire fear. He was a slight man with boyish good looks and a gentle manner, but he was also a fearsome fighter with hands or guns or knives. Billy Buel was one of those rare men who had learned from every defeat he'd ever been handed. For nine years a feud had raged between the Benchleys and the Camps. At last, they decided on a two-man duel to settle their grudge. Now Billy Buel, hired by the Camps, faced Ames Benchley for the showdown. "Choose your signal for the draw," Ames declared. "You heard that owl hoot;" Billy Buel asked, "The next time he hoots we go for our guns."
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