|Texas Killing (1980) [Novel]|
by William M. James
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(From the publisher):
Hired to act as bodyguard to the famous English nightingale, Pearl Windsor, Cuchillo Oro guides a group of perfomers across the scorching Texas desert only to be accosted by a strange-looking company of soldiers. Dressed in full-battle regalia, the troops appear out of nowhere to escort the singer and her company to an isolated fort, where one of her greatest admirers awaits... Colonel Tarrant, the incredible leader of an odd band of rebels planning to restore the Confederacy. And the colonel is determined to make the beautiful Pearl a prisoner of his insane passions.
There isnít a chance for all of them to make a break for it, against so many. However, the moment might come for a man alone. A man with a golden knife, whose nerves are honed for such a moment... and who is ready and able to take advantage of it.
Original title: Texas Killing
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Native Americans
- Written by Laurence James.