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Manhunter's Mountain (Cash Laramie & Gideon Miles)

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A novel based on Edward Grainger's U.S. Marshals Cash Laramie and Gideon Miles western series
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Published 2012 by Beat To A Pulp
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Nigel Bird
Silver Gulch is a mining town that’s all but run out of metal to mine. Those who stay are either born optimists or are too lazy to move from the mountains.

In rides US Marshal Cash Laramie. He’s there to collect an armed robber, Lobo Ames.

Between Cash and his man is a bartender with a sawn-off shotgun and a walrus moustache, not that Cash is going to be scared off by a little bit of facial hair. In the process of arresting Ames,

Cash ends up spilling blood and burning down the only bar in town a
This book is a feature length story based around Edward A. Grainger’s hard-bitten US Marshal Cash Laramie. I’ve seen the name Wayne Dundee before but have never read any of his work. I have to admit I was a bit worried about read a story about a character I enjoy that is written by a different author.

If you haven’t read any of the Cash Laramie stories it will not lessen your enjoyment of this book. This is cowboy fiction plain and simple. Don’t walk away. It isn’t quite that simple. Reading this
Warren Stalley
Tough US Marshal Cash Laramie rides into the remote mountain site of Silver Gulch to apprehend Lobo Ames. But he gets more than he bargained for when two prostitutes Faye and Little Red join him when he leaves town, followed by a gang of angry miners in pursuit. Add to this greedy bounty hunter Cole Bouchet on their trail and an exciting western adventure is guaranteed. As winter closes in on the mountain things get mighty treacherous. Wayne D Dundee crafts an excellent hard boiled western novel ...more
Lisa C.
Another action packed story with Cash Laramie saving the day. Although I hadn't read any of the Laramie stories of Grainger's, I have been enjoying Mr. Dundee's writing about this macho Old West marshal. A couple of the scenarios were a bit unrealistic but the descriptions of the people, the location, even the weather put the reader right there in the story. The story flows well and there is no lack of excitement. I'll keep reading about Marshal Laramie as long as Mr. Dundee keeps writing about ...more
I read a lot of books through the year and I would estimate about half of them are westerns. David Cranmer(Edward Grainger) writes westerns among other genres. His Cash Laramie and Gideon Miles tales are making waves in the new publishing world of ebooks. Fresh and playing on some modern concerns in a western setting, they are very popular with the reading public.

He's opened his playground, as the old saying goes, to other writers and getting fine results. Wayne Dundee, a writer I discovered not
Seth Lynch
I prefer the character of Cash to Miles. Just to make it clear this preference has nothing to do with the writing: this preference came out in my reading of Vol1 of the Adventures of Cash Laramie and Gideon Miles, which all written by Edward A. Grainger. In fairness to Miles he could probably have done all the things Cash did in this novella – except, being black, he might not have made it out of the remote mining town alive.

This novella sees Cash riding into a remote town on the trail of a wan
Edward Grainger's(David Cranmer) Cash Laramie finds himself with a couple of prostitutes under his wing as he escorts a prisoner down a mountainside. He's helping them make a new start after they lost their home in a "bit of trouble" when he arrested the criminal in the dying old mine town. The miners are not happy that he's taking the only two women in town with him and winter approaching fast.

Mother Nature conspires against old Cash, throwing an early storm on them.

He's got to dodge the group
Heath Lowrance
The first full-length novel (although maybe it’s more a novella) featuring Edward Grainger’s “outlaw marshall” Cash Laramie. Dundee nails it with this one. Our man Laramie comes to a small mining town in pursuit of a fugitive, but finds himself involved in something much bigger when a pair of prostitutes need his help in getting out of town. Laramie faces off against not only his fugitive, but an angry posse of townsmen who want the soiled doves back, a ruthless bounty hunter who will stop at no ...more
Nancy Silk
Marshal Laramie catches up to his criminal in a small mountain town. He wants to get Lobo Ames back to jail before being trapped in the mountains by snow in the small mining town of Silver Gulch. Two ladies who are the last remaining whores in town are out of work because the saloon is accidentally burned to the ground. Faye and Little Red want to leave with Marshal Laramie and his prisoner because the rough miners feel they belong to the town. The townsmen follow Cash, Ames, and the two women a ...more
Jan 10, 2012 David rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Anyone who likes a good western.
A tense gritty thriller of a western. When Cash Laramie enters a small mining town to take a no-good bank robber prisoner, he ends up with two more travellers. A couple of whores who have had enough of being used and want out. Unfortunately the miners aren't willing to let the lawman take the only two women in the rough little town away from them. Add to that, a blizzard and a rabid wolf, and it looks as if Cash Laramie might have bitten off more than he can chew. Especially when you throw in a ...more
Richard Smith
I was not impressed with this book. It did not hold my interest as well as most westerns. I will probably not read anymore of his books.
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Wayne Dundee lives in the once-notorious old cowtown of Ogallala, on the hinge of Nebraska's panhandle. To date, Dundee has had six novels, three novellas, and over two dozen short stories published. All of the novels and most of the short stories have featured his PI protagonist, Joe Hannibal. He also writes in the fantasy, straight crime, and Western genres. Dismal River is his first Western nov ...more
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