By William W. Johnstone, J. A. Johnstone
Born and bred within the Texas Pandhandle city of Comanche Crossing, William "Wild Bill" Longley gunned down a dozen of its males in chilly blood prior to he acquired round to the sheriff and deputy--so he may well take over the activity himself. Then he chanced on definitely the right sidekick in a vicious occupation felony named Booker Tate. together with his remorseless center set on a gorgeous younger girl, Wild invoice and Booker take the total city hostage till the younger woman concurs to marry a guy she despises.
That's whilst a cold-eyed stranger involves city with a useless guy strapped to his saddle. In a city the place violence and homicide rule the day, a terrifying conflict is set to explode--between ruthless Wild invoice Longley and a bounty hunter named Tam Sullivan, who's performed loads of killing of his own...
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He wore a white shirt and breeches bloused into riding boots, and he held a gold-pommeled cane in both hands across his thighs. “Bienvenu,” he said, “to Habitation Arnaud. I myself am Michel Arnaud. You will dine here. ” “Heureux,” the doctor said, and bowed. ” “Please to enter,” Arnaud said, indicating the open door with his cane. As the doctor passed through, another domestic relieved him of his saddlebags and carried them away through another doorway at the rear of the large central room. It was dim within, the oilpaper over the windows admitting little of the fading light.
Or I heard my voice tell how I might whisper to the others and turn them from Achille, or pick poisonous herbs for him, or give him graveyard dirt to eat. Then my ti-bon-ange would whisper that after all Achille was a strong hûngan, who served the loa very well, and he was honored of the loa, even if Ghede had lied to him about the child. Also that we had all followed him from one good place to another, and that no harm had come to anyone in following him. Merbillay changed in her grossesse, and from where I was watching I saw her temper sour.
All in all, a most arresting ugliness. He was smaller than I somehow had expected, standing no higher than my breastbone. His disproportionately long trunk was set on little bandy legs—undoubtedly he would appear to best advantage on horseback. Some grizzled hair appeared at his shirt’s neck, and the gray pigtail hanging from under the kerchief was fastened with a bit of frayed red ribbon. I would have put him in the middle fifties. He was narrow-hipped and distinctly thin, though not to the point of frailty—his arms were disproportionately thick and muscular.
A Dangerous Man (Bad Men of the West) by William W. Johnstone, J. A. Johnstone