— TRACKING LAWBREAKERS — A young gambler by the name of Fred Dodge sat behind the driver of the stagecoach that rolled into Tombstone on a sunny but nippy winter afternoon in early December 1879. His journey to Arizona Territory, however, involved much more than spending time at a card table.
Gambling provided Dodge the flexibility he needed to carry out his duties as an undercover agent for Wells Fargo […]
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In his debut novel, Fletch, Gregory Mcdonald introduced an investigative reporter by the name of Irwin M. Fletcher—witty and irreverent, a sort of Southern California wisecracking beach bum whose razor-edge dialogue left no confusion as to where he stood with the high and mighty, or those who weren’t.
“What’s your name?”
“What’s your full name?”
“What’s your first […]
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— LAST OLD WEST TERRORIST — In the early morning of August 25, 1896, outlaw Bill Doolin left his sleeping wife and child in her parents’ farmhouse and stepped into the main road under the light of a full moon—a walk from which he wouldn’t return.
Not far from the house in Lawson, Oklahoma, lawman Heck Thomas, and four deputies waited in hiding.
When Thomas spotted Doolin, […]
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