Six-gun Gamble

Six-gun Gamble

Large Print - 2012
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Mark Malloy bit the tip off his big cheroot and sauntered down the road, he didn't look much like the rough-andtumble cowhands around town. With his tweed coat and carefully creased trousers, he didn't look like he belonged here - and he was beginning to wonder if it was time to take his leave of Saunderstown. The gambler had lost three times in a row, and his stash was dwindling. But a chance to win it all back was too good to pass up.

The game took a change for the worst when a tipsy stranger arrived and sat at the table. In the process of losing his everything, the stranger, in desperation, threw in a deed to a piece of desert land that presumably had plenty of water. Malloy walked away with the money and the deed. What appeared to be a wonderful stroke of luck was the beginning of Malloy's worst nightmare ...

A founder of the Western Writers of America, Dwight Newton authored seventy novels, 175 short stories and forty television scripts. He wrote the first teleplay for and created several characters for televisions "Wagon Train" series.

Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Large Print, 2012, c1951.
Edition: Large print edition
ISBN: 9781611733464
Branch Call Number: LARGE PRINT W NEWTON D
Characteristics: 230 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
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