|Death Stage (1977) [Novel]|
by James A. Muir
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The Concorde Stage hurtled out of control down the perilous trail of Windy Pass. And right behind – and closing fast – rode three men with murder in their eyes. Then the shots rang out, and one by one the road bandits catapulted from their horses as their death-trail ended in a welter of blood. And Matthew Gunn smiled over the smoking barrel of his Winchester...
They called him Breed; half white, half Apache, a killer with a merciless mission – vengeance.
And a town called Endurance soon found out two things about this cold-eyed loner.
First, that Breed was the man who saved the stage. Second, that to cross Breed’s path was to cross with death...
Original title: Death Stage
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Native Americans
Fiction→ Western→ Gunfighters