The Bad ManLarge Print - 2003
They had grown up together -- the gunslinger and the banker's wife. Now they were at a crossroads. An innocent man was going to hang for something that had happened long ago in a dusty barn on the edge of the prairie. Al Cobb never claimed to be an honorable man, but he chose to go to the gallows keeping a secret that could have saved his life, all to protect a woman he couldn't have. The law had done its duty, so why would the most influential man on the frontier want to rush Cobb's execution?
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2003
Edition: Center Point large print ed
Characteristics: 192 p. ; 23 cm