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Monday, 5 September 2016

'A highly entertaining adventure'

Here's a snippet from a thoughtful and lengthy review of Coffin for Cash.

"...As the pages fly by and the action intensifies the story-lines slowly came together in another great read well worthy of this long running series.

"Coffin for Cash is the latest in the series and one that is guaranteed to stress the reader quite a bit more than one place. A highly entertaining adventure, this latest read serves as a great introduction for readers new to the series while also providing a quality tale for those of us who have been fans since the early days.

"It is a mighty good read and highly recommended."

The full review is here

Thank you, Kevin Tipple!

Cash Laramie has been in plenty of tight spots, but this—being buried alive—may be his last!

It all started innocently enough, as a favor for his boss, accompanying a rich woman in her search for her brother. The trail leads to The Bells, a strange hotel run by a brother and sister team, which just happens to be adjacent to the funeral parlor and cemetery ...

His friend Gideon Miles is nearby, intent on escorting a suspected murderer to Cheyenne for trial. Yet Miles discovers that his charge might be not guilty, after all, and lingers to ask questions. And those inquiries mean upsetting some people, which leads to an ambush, and a final reckoning at the outlandish casino complex constructed by a wealthy, bigoted German baron.

Throw into the mix the attractive Berenice, a schizophrenic bank manager, irate miners, Chinese workers, a boisterous slot machine salesman, and a devious lawyer and you have another explosive adventure for the Outlaw Marshal.

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