Judas Gun and Hangin' Pards: Two Full-Length Western Novels
BLOODTHIRSTY GUNSLINGERS GET THEIR REVENGE IN THIS CLASSIC WESTERN DOUBLE.
In Judas Gun, the prison at Yuma couldn't hold him... The blistering desert couldn't kill him... And the county's toughest guns couldn't stop him. Ken Sturgis was on the hunt for his brother Roy’s killers – and not even prison could stop him.
In Hangin’ Pards, it sure seemed that Holt Deaver had just about the worst luck of anyone in the West. At the age of twenty-five, he was dead broke and on the run. He had shot one man in Chloride and had killed two others in less than a week. So when an old, whiskery, murdering no-good offered Holt ten thousand bucks to side him, it looked like a good thing. It was at least a chance for the best of everything if the gamble paid off—horses, food, liquor, and women. It also meant a partnership with a wanted outlaw and a self-conviction for Holt. But the thought of that last chance drove Holt on. Little did he reckon that even if the old rascal kept his word, it wouldn't do much good with six other bloodthirsty gunslingers on his trail.
“The joy of reading Shirreffs’ work is in his mastery of pacing and his tough, gritty prose.” – James Reasoner, author of Outlaw Ranger