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Dust of Tombstone

4.40  ·  Rating Details  ·  5 Ratings  ·  1 Review
So you’re driving on I-10 east or west, through the canyons and hills of Southern Arizona in Cochise County, you feel a gust of wind. Many signs say “Beware of wind gusts”. It is not always the wind in late afternoon or dusk. Mostly it’s the ghosts rushing back to the never-ending poker games, bottomless whiskey bottles and a party that last forever in Tombstone. Go see fo ...more
Published (first published February 2nd 2011)
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Bee Halton
Feb 02, 2012 Bee Halton rated it liked it
When John Fuhr got send to Tombstone, Cochise County Arizona, by his newspaper boss to write a travel report he did not fathom what he got himself in.
A little tourist town with an old theatre and game shoot-outs for tourists it seems to be a quiet enough place. But after visiting the Birdcage Theatre he meets up with Bill who's grandmother used to work in the theatre and the trouble begins.
There are ghosts and an ex-wife who seems to be a bit of a power dripping person but no matter what you st
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