“MAN IN THE SHADOWS”

Wells Fargo

— 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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AUTHOR GREGORY MCDONALD

MASTER COMIC MYSTERY

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?”

“Fletch.”

“What’s your full name?”

“Fletcher.”

“What’s your first […]

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“DEADLY MORNING MOON”

WILLIAM "BILL "DOOLIN

— 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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“TRIGGER-HAPPY MADAMS”

QUEEN RED LIGHT DISTRICT

— BULLETS TO BAREKNUCKLES —

 

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