Synopses & Reviews
For once, they were sending Stringer on a nice, easy assignment. All he had to do was scribble out a story about an outlaw gunned down fifty years before. As far as Stringer was concerned, it was an ideal excuse to make a trip back to his hometown in the Sierras. But it's a homecoming of hot lead and hotter ladies. Someone wants Stringer dead almost as bad as the local females want him alive. Stringer doesn't know why so much trouble is suddenly finding him, but he suspects it must be mighty ugly for the town to welcome a hometown boy with double dealing and easy death
About the Author
Lou Cameron (1924–2010) was a prolific American novelist, with over 300 titles to his credit––writing adventure novels, science fiction, crime fiction, war novels, movie novelizations, westerns, and more. In addition to the Stringer western series, he created the Longarm character writing under the name Tabor Evans, as well as the Renegade series, writing as Ramsay Thorne. Cameron won the WWA Spur Award in 1976, and he was also an accomplished comic book illustrator.