|Tombstone (1983) [Novel]|
by Hank Mitchum
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Series: Stagecoach Station
(From the publisher):
Tombstone - It was the town too tough to die - the biggest and wildest site in the Arizona Territory. Up to now Wyatt Earp had ruled the town, walking the hard line of law and order. But many feared Earp's ruthless ways and the guns of his brothers and the notorious Doc Holliday who were in his control. There were even those who suspected Earp of breaking the law himself. That's why investigator Dan Stockard was secretly sent for, to stop the robbers who were terrorizing the treasure coaches from the Tombstone mines - even if the trail led right to the Earps. Stockard soon discovers that in Tombstone you can find yourself rubbing elbows with your deadliest enemy at any moment. His only ally is the beautiful Nellie Cashman, the one woman brave enough to stand up to the Earps. Yet time is against Stockard, for soon all of Tombstone will explode in the streets near the O.K. Corral in the West's most famous gunfight.
Original title: Tombstone
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Bad Men and Good