|Silent Kill, the (1977) [Novel]|
by James A. Muir
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(From the publisher):
The cowboy grovelled, pleading for his life. "Why?" asked the tall man called Matthew Gunn, "why should I let you live?" He drew the Bowie knife, moving forwards with hate in his soul and death in his eyes. The figure sprawled on the snow began to scream...
The half-breed, Matthew Gunn, had trailed his quarry through the waterless hell of the Nevada desert, up to the snow-covered crags of the high Sierras. In his wake was a trail of blood which tainted his footsteps and marked him as a killer. Now he approached the culmination of his long pursuit – vengeance! Now he would strike his blow without mercy, because he was called Breed – and the name spelled violent death.
Original title: The Silent Kill
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Native Americans
Fiction→ Western→ Gunfighters