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Book Information: Killing Art, the

Killing Art, the (1975) [Novel]
by George G. Gilman Rating: No votes (Rate!)
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Series: Adam Steele
Part: 6

Summary (From the publisher):

A prostitute is being maliciously teased by a crowd of redneck cowboys, and the woman turns to Steele for protection. Not a man to ignore a lady in distress, Steele comes to the rescue, narrowly missing being shot in the back by the timely intervention of a nearby travelling srtist. Steele is now under obligation to another man - a scene he dislikes intensely.

The cowboys hire a fast gun to get their revenge, but Steele and the gunslinger are prevented from having a shoot-out by the arrival of the sheriff. Steele is a cunning man, and by engineering a fake hold-up on a train, attacks the gunslinger and his cronies.

Steele's reputation as a fast gun spreads like wildfire. Soon he learns that glory is not for the gunslinger - only fear, violence and danger.

Original title: The Killing Art
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionWesternBad Men and Good
FictionWesternGunfighters

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