Truth at GunpointLarge Print - 2006
Notable for their pacing, and their celebration of honor and integrity, these stories cover a range of characters and settings; from Boyd Tripp, out for revenge but with doubt in his heart in `Reluctant Killer' to `A Gift for the General', the story of John Mosby of the 43rd Battalion of the Confederate Rangers. `The Man Who Wore the Star' is the story of John Westcott, town marshal of Catron, who must decide whether he should give up his son to his ex-wife. `A Place for Danny Thorpe' dates from 1967 and concerns a young jockey who is driven out of San Francisco because he refuses to throw a race. Above all, this collection shows Hogan's love of the West, and his genius for fresh and exciting plots.
Publisher: Osney Mead, Oxford, United Kingdom : ISIS Publ. , 2006, c2004.
Edition: Large print ed.
Branch Call Number: Fiction
Characteristics: xv, 222 p. ; 25 cm.