Manhunt WestLarge Print - 2004
The big man turned in his saddle for a last brief study of the canyon. Dust boiled out of the canyon's mouth and the running beat of hoofs told the fugitive that John Stagman's posse would soon break into view. He checked his surroundings; there was no break in the rocks. This was it -- there was nowhere to run. Suddenly, he nudged his stallion's flanks with steel and made the jump …Walker A. Tompkins was the creator of two series characters still fondly remembered -- Tommy Rockford who appeared in Wild West Weekly, and the Paintin' Pistoleer of Zane Grey's Western Magazine fame. During World War II, Tompkins served as a U.S. Army correspondent in Europe. His Western fiction is well known for its intriguing plots, vivid settings, and an engaging writing style.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2004
Branch Call Number: Western
Characteristics: 237 p. (large print) ; 23 cm