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Shadow of a star and ; Pecos crossing / Elmer Kelton.

Kelton, Elmer. (Author).

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  • 2 out of 3 copies are currently available at PINES.

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Northeast Georgia Regional Library:
      Cornelia-Habersham County Library
WESTERN W KEL
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31037007740884 Reshelving
Sara Hightower Regional Library:
      Rockmart Branch
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South Georgia Regional Library System:
      Allen Statenville Library
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Item details

  • ISBN: 9781250177858
  • ISBN: 1250177855
  • Physical Description: 346 pages ; 19 cm
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Forge, 2019.

Contents / Notes

Contents:
Shadow of a star ©1959, 1984 -- Pecos crossing ©1963.
Summary, etc.:
"Shadow of a star: Deputy Sheriff Jim-Bob McClain isn't sure he's ready to follow in his father's footsteps as the law in Coldridge County. In fact, he has a hard enough time keeping the peace between the drunks in the local saloon. But with tough Sheriff Mont Naylor to back him up he figures he can handle whatever comes his way. Jim-Bob's first real assignment is no piece of cake. He must escort a ruthless outlaw into the hands of justice. All seems well with the lawless killer firmly in Jim-Bob's custody. But nothing prepares him for an angry mob, determined to take the law into their own hands and provide their own brand justice"-- Provided by publisher.
"Pecos crossing: Johnny Fristo and Speck Quitman, young, hard-working cowboys from Fort Concho, Texas, have worked six months--at $20 a month--on the Devil's River. Their boss, a hawk-faced cow trader named Larramore, reneges on the money he owes the boys and sneaks out of the cow camp and heads for San Angelo. Fristo is tall and thin, his mind a hundred miles away; Quitman is short, bandy-legged, and 'bedazzled by the flash of cards and the slosh of whiskey.' The two are as different as sun and moon but are inseparable--and now they have a mission: find Larramore and extract the money he owes them"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Frontier and pioneer life > Fiction.
Sheriffs > Texas > Fiction.
Cowboys > Fiction.
Western stories.
Texas > Fiction.
Genre: Western fiction.
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