- File Size: 976 KB
- Print Length: 144 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: BEAT to a PULP; 2 edition (June 9, 2011)
- Publication Date: June 9, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00558VIBC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #189,221 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Adventures of Cash Laramie and Gideon Miles (Cash Laramie & Gideon Miles Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 8 in Cash Laramie & Gideon Miles Series (8 Book Series)
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Top Customer Reviews
It would be an easy thing to go on and on about the tightly crafted plots, the characters so well rendered they feel as if they're speaking to you and pulling you into their adventures with them, the satisfying feeling of finishing one of these stories--and then finding there's another one to go, the disappointment at coming to the end of the book (though I've been told there are more such adventures to come)....
But what really should be said is that Edward A. Grainger (aka David Cranmer) is one of the most important writers of the new pulp movement, and these stories are very much worth your time. And for a buck? Egads, don't tell me you're still reading this review! Click "Buy Now," sink spur, and hang on....
This collection is a steal at any price, and what Grainger's charging here, you'll feel like you just got away with something buying it. Just hope they don't send ol' Laramie after you; he don't take kindly to thievin'...
After a short introduction by Chris F. Holm, it is on to stories starting with “The Wind Scorpion.” The plan had been to escort a prisoner by the name of Black Jack Larson to Cheyenne, Wyoming to stand trial for the murder of a circuit judge. Instead, the plan now is to somehow stay alive as Black Jack, with the help of two of his men, have beaten the heck out of Marshal Cash Laramie and left him to die while making good on their escape.
“Kid Eddie” features a young man being held in jail in Vermillion for various heinous crimes. It is about a year after events in “Wind Scorpion” and Cash is well aware that duplicity can come in many forms. Cash doesn’t want to go anywhere Vermillion but when Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Devon Penn tells him to bring “Kid Eddie” aka Eddie Morash back Cash saddles up and goes because he has a job to do.
“Miles To Go” unites Cash Laramie and his friend and fellow Marshal, Gideon Miles, in the hunt for Van Jones. Though it does not look that way as this complicated story begins with Miles hitting the trail alone. Both lawmen know that van Jones is heading for his hideout near the owl Creek Mountains. Once there he will have his gang backing him while Cash has to stay in town and testify in court regarding another matter.
People keep dying at the McAllister family plot. Cash Laramie and Gideon Miles are in Twin Falls trying to figure out what is going on in “The Bone Orchard Mystery.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These stories are full of odd turns of phrase and poor word choices. For instance in one story Marshal Miles sees and follows an invisible trail. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charles van Buren
A good selection of short stories about a pair of seasoned U.S. Marshalls in
Wyoming in the 1880s. Read more
The book consists of a few short stories of a couple of US Deputy Marshals. Over all the the writing was good held my attention because I like westerns, but the rough language... Read morePublished 2 months ago by K Mallette
There were a couple of pretty obvious errors .Wagons in the old west had wheels , not tires ..For the most , it was entertaining and a fast read..Published 2 months ago by kindnana