Arizona Justice and The Lonely Gun: Two Full-Length Western Novels
Owen Wister Award winner Gordon D. Shirreffs spins tales of the old west that are exhilarating and bigger than life. You’ll find two such full-length tales in this double volume sure to please even the most discerning consumer of Western fiction.
In Arizona Justice, when Rowan Locke rode into Llano with a marshal’s badge in his pocket and the iron will to bring back a killer, all he heard talk of was the terrible Donnigans, those five wild-tempered brothers who thought they were above the law.
In The Lonely Gun, Case Hardesty had to cross what the Conquistadors called the Devil's Highway on foot—or die. It was the highest, driest, meanest desert in northern Mexico. Hot on the trail behind him were the outlaws he'd taken for $20,000—and behind them the lawmen who had sworn death to the lot of them.
In one hand he held a Winchester, and in the other a salt sack stuffed with enough bills to buy a ranch in Sonora—if he made it. If he didn't, well, there was plenty of space for a grave out on the Devil’s Highway…“The joy of reading Shirreffs’ work is in his mastery of pacing and his tough, gritty prose.” – James Reasoner, author of Outlaw Ranger