Riders By Night and Gunfight At The O.K. Corral: A Western Double by Nelson C. Nye

Riders By Night and Gunfight At The O.K. Corral: A Western Double by Nelson C. Nye

eBook: $2.99
Genres: Western Fiction, Westerns
Publisher: Wolfpack Publishing
Publication Year: 2022
ISBN: 1639779493

From Western Writers of America co-founder and Spur Award-winning author Nelson C. Nye comes two classic action and adventure Western novels packaged together for a thrill-a-minute read.

In Riders By Night, hot-tempered Kurt Cardigan is quick with his fists and even quicker with his gun. Known as the slickest horse trader in Tucson, Cardigan finds that, with no one to bask in it with, fame isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. What he needs is a nice little woman to share in the life he’s built for himself. Enter Dolcie Balinett, westward bound and soon to cross paths with Cardigan. When Miss Balinett’s stage doesn’t arrive at the appointed time, Kurt Cardigan is dispatched to find out why. Instead of finding a wife, Cardigan finds himself on the receiving end of a rifle slug to the chest…

In Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, famed lawman and sheriff of Dodge City Wyatt Earp finds himself in the most peculiar alliance the Old West ever saw. He teams up with Doc Holliday, a former dentist and one of the meanest, baddest gamblers to ever sit at a card table, and together they take on Ike Clanton and his gang in Tombstone, Arizona. The ensuing gun battle at the O.K. Corral will live on in infamy, inspiring fear and awe in generations of lawmen and outlaws alike…

Nelson Nye's award-winning westerns: "Start at top speed and keep going hell-bent-for-leather through to the smashing finish. The tempo of his stories is breakneck from start to finish. With climax piled atop climax." – Tucson Daily Citizen

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