Gun Wizard

They were all at Tombstone to try and win the matched pair of gold inlaid Colt Cavalry Peacemakers Bat Masterson was there, in dude dress with fancy hat Tom Horn was there, looking like an Apache war chief Burt Alvord was there, the ex deputy who never brought in a living prisoner Wyatt Earp was there, looking like a prosperous undertaker Then came an insignificant TeThey were all at Tombstone to try and win the matched pair of gold inlaid Colt Cavalry Peacemakers Bat Masterson was there, in dude dress with fancy hat Tom Horn was there, looking like an Apache war chief Burt Alvord was there, the ex deputy who never brought in a living prisoner Wyatt Earp was there, looking like a prosperous undertaker Then came an insignificant Texan against whom the bartender of the Bucket of Blood Saloon gave odds of ten to one His name was Dusty Fog.
Gun Wizard They were all at Tombstone to try and win the matched pair of gold inlaid Colt Cavalry Peacemakers Bat Masterson was there in dude dress with fancy hat Tom Horn was there looking like an Apache war

  • Title: Gun Wizard
  • Author: J.T. Edson
  • ISBN: 9780425080337
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Paperback
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    J.T. Edson

    John Thomas Edson is an English writer of Westerns.He was born in 1928.He was obsessed with Westerns from an early age and often rewrote cowboy movies that he had seen at the cinema One thing that always intrigued him was the minutiae how did the baddie s gun jam What were the mechanics of cheating at cards How did Westerners really dress and speak His writing was helped to develop by a schoolteacher who encouraged him Now lives in Leicester, Leicestershire citation needed During his 20s and 30s, Edson served in His Majesty s Armed Forces for 12 years as a Dog Trainer Cooped up in barracks for long periods, he devoured books by the great escapist writers Edgar Rice Burroughs, Robert McCraig, Nelson C Nye and Edgar Wallace He also sat through hours of movies starring John Wayne, Randolph Scott, Errol Flynn and his all time favourite, Audie Murphy His first appearance in print was Hints On Self Preservation when attacked by a War Dog in the Osnabr ck camp magazine Shufti in 1947 Acquiring a typewriter in the early 1950s and putting it to good use while posted to Hong Kong, by the time of his discharge he had written 10 Westerns, an early version of Bunduki and the first of the short detective type stories starring Waco.Upon leaving HM forces, JT won second prize with Trail Boss in the Western division of a Literary Competition run by Brown Watson Ltd, which led to the publication of 46 novels with them, becoming a major earner for the company He had the need for supplementary income from time to time and also served as a postman, and the proprietor of a fish n chip shop Further, he branched out as a writer and wrote five series of short stories Dan Hollick, Dog Handler for the Victor boys papers, and wrote the box captions for comic strips, which instilled discipline and the ability to convey maximum information with minimum words.His writing career forged ahead when he joined Corgi Books in the late 60s, which gave JT exposure through a major publishing house, as well as the opportunity to branch out from the core Westerns into the Rockabye County, the science fiction hero Bunduki and other series.enpedia wiki J._T._Edson

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    • Jacquie said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 10:48 AM

      JT really packs a lot of action into this one! The floating outfit comes to Tombstone to compete in the County Fair at the request of Texas John Slaughter, who has his own book Slaughter's Way. They quickly get caught up in the affairs of a British rancher being pressured by a corrupt saloon owner. Along with the Wedge, who have also come for the festivities, they contract to drive the rancher's cattle to market through several bands of Apaches as well as renegades hired by the saloon owner. Jus [...]

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