|One-Eyed Death (1982) [Novel]|
by James W. Marvin
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(From the publisher):
"Know what Crow used to say about liviní by your guns? Said it made him like a kind of alchemist. Said he was the first man in history to turn lead into gold. Yeah. Meanest son of a bitch ever. Crow."
No other name. Just Crow. Dressed in black from head to toe. The meanest man in the bullet-scarred annals of the West. Nobody ever turned their back on him. A cold voice in the shadows, a vengeful angel of death...
Time was when Crow found himself in Rosa Cruz, Arizona. Down on his luck - sick and stony broke. A time when the most menial of tasks would be welcome if it enabled him to eat. So when Ben Ford and the Spangel family ask Crow to guide them out West, he gladly agrees. He soon regrets his rashness, for the Reverend Spangel is a fiery, bible-thumping puritan, while his wife is half-witted. And almost all Crow's charges are blind...
Original title: One-Eyed Death
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Gunfighters