The Running Gun

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Dan Cord awakens to realize his life has changed in a matter of moments. Three lawmen and his brother lay dead around him. The money they worked so hard to earn is gone. The gun in his hand will hang him for sure. The Owlhoot Trail is a hard life, but one Dan is forced to take if he wants to find his brother's killer and clear his name. More

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Published by Western Trail Blazer
Words: 50,820
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458130280
About Jory Sherman

Jory Sherman, who has been a full-time writer for over fifty years, began his writing career as a poet in San Francisco. Sherman has had four books of poetry published, all of which went through multiple printings. A Professor of Literature (University of Florida) Warren French, noted: "Jory Sherman has a strange and powerful knowledge of language and an almost perfect ear." Jory began writing at age 8, when he was grief-stricken over the death of his puppy, Doopers. He read James Joyce's Ulysses at the age of 10 and fell in love with language and mythology.
Sherman has published more than 1000 articles and 500 short stories for various magazines and anthologies as well as over 300 books with Doubleday, Zebra, Avon, Berkley, Walker &Co., Tor, Forge, Bantam, Major Books, Pinnacle, The First Ozark Press, White Oak Press, and others. He has created and packaged series for Avon, Harlequin Gold Eagle, Pinnacle, Paperjacks, Zebra, Bantam, and others. His works have won numerous awards including the Western Writers of America Spur, Missouri Writer’s Guild “Best Book”, and a Pulitzer Prize nomination in Literature. His memoir, Bukowski & Me, will soon be available from Publishing by Rebecca J. Vickery.
Jory Sherman lives in Pittsburg, Texas, on Lake Bob Sandlin where he continues to write and paint.

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Review by: Chuck Tyrell on May 25, 2011 :
Dan Cord gets double-crossed, then double-crossed again, and double-crossed a third time.

After the first time, when he's framed as a killer, a lawman believes in him, gets him out of jail, and sends him off on a goose chase without clearing his name. He goes back home and sees his girl, but neither her nor her family believe he's innocent. He has to push on.

Dan clings to his honesty and his values as things go from bad to worse, and the deputy who first arrested him turns out to be in the pay of the man who framed him. Then he get tied in with a dirty Texas Ranger (who'd ever believe a Texas Ranger could be turned?) and has to face off with him.

Can Dan Cord get out of this odyssey alive? Can he get his good name back? And will the girl he loves even speak to him when it's all over?

Excellent storytelling by one of the masters -- Jory Sherman.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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