Three Classic WesternseBook - 2013
In "Lawman's Heart," Larry Traynor is driving a stage with his shotgun guard, Sam Whitney, the man who has been his mentor in life, when a hold-up occurs. Sam is shot dead. Traynor is determined to bring the thief to justice, but then fate intervenes. Although he does not recognize the symptoms, or what they mean, Traynor is suffering from heart failure. He is deputized to give pursuit even though, given his condition, it can only lead to his ruin. Joe Palmer in "White-Water Sam" had been a deck hand on the Thomas Drayton before the railroad came. Now the fine river boa.
Publisher: New York : Skyhorse Publishing, Inc., 2013
Characteristics: 1 online resource (291 pages)