Fastest Gunman in the West and Stagecoach to Hell Combo: Two fast-paced old west action and adventure stories filled with gun smoke, bullets, and bedlam.
by Jeff Breland
This is a violent, but somewhat humorous story of J. T. Bonner. The aging gunman and good ole boy runs a one man detective agency out of Tucson. He's more of a bounty hunter with highly developed investigation skills along with a fast gun. As far as everyone who has ever hear of him is concerned, he's the fastest gun in the West. So far, no one has lived to dispute that theory. The past-him-prime quick-draw artist is going to need all his skills now that he's received a cryptic telegram and a lot of money from the mayor of Angel's Crossing. According to the mayor, his town is being held captive by a gang of outlaws.
Stagecoach to Hell:
Otis Brady, Mark Robichaud’s best friend, is returning from Las Cruces by stage. The stage is not far from Wilcox when it is hit by bandits. The blood-thirsty killers shoot the driver, the guard, and two male passengers. Otis manages to escape and present a futile defense. Despite his efforts, they kidnap the only woman passenger with intentions of taking her to Mexico. Not long after they set out across the open desert, Otis is on their tails with a borrowed horse and rifle.
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