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In a cutthroat western town, a newcomer is tricked into helping an outlaw After three days in a stagecoach, Chad Dempster is wear... Lire la suite
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In a cutthroat western town, a newcomer is tricked into helping an outlaw After three days in a stagecoach, Chad Dempster is weary, dusty, and sore. On his first step into Las Palmas, he slips, and crashes face first into the dirt. His clumsiness earns him a nickname-Tanglefoot-and the sympathy of Glen Walker, one of the most powerful men in town. Walker buys Chad lunch, finds him a place to stay, and gets him a job driving the stagecoach. He seems like the best friend a newcomer could have-but he is setting Tanglefoot up to die. On Chad's first run with the stage, a crew of bandits open fire on him. He is saved only by the quick shooting of a mysterious passenger. But why did the outlaws quit so easily? And if the passenger was the one who saved him, why did Chad not see him draw his gun? Trapped in a conspiracy he can't understand, Tanglefoot must move quick to stay alive, or risk something much worse than falling on his face.



Auteur
Paul Lederer spent much of his childhood and young adult life in Texas. He worked for years in Asia and the Middle East for a military intelligence arm. Under his own name, he is best known for Tecumseh and the Indian Heritage Series, which focuses on American Indian life. He believes that the finest Westerns reflect ordinary people caught in unusual and dangerous circumstances, trying their best to act with honor.


Résumé
In a cutthroat western town, a newcomer is tricked into helping an outlawAfter three days in a stagecoach, Chad Dempster is weary, dusty, and sore. On his first step into Las Palmas, he slips, and crashes face first into the dirt. His clumsiness earns him a nicknameTanglefootand the sympathy of Glen Walker, one of the most powerful men in town. Walker buys Chad lunch, finds him a place to stay, and gets him a job driving the stagecoach. He seems like the best friend a newcomer could havebut he is setting Tanglefoot up to die.On Chad's first run with the stage, a crew of bandits open fire on him. He is saved only by the quick shooting of a mysterious passenger. But why did the outlaws quit so easily? And if the passenger was the one who saved him, why did Chad not see him draw his gun? Trapped in a conspiracy he can't understand, Tanglefoot must move quick to stay alive, or risk something much worse than falling on his face.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Tanglefoot
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9781480488151
ISBN: 978-1-4804-8815-1
Protection contre la copie numérique: filigrane numérique
Format: eBook (epub)
Editeur: Open Road Integrated Media
Genre: Fiction
nombre de pages: 157
Parution: 10.06.2014
Année: 2014
Sous-titre: Englisch
Taille de fichier: 0.9 MB