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Boot Hill

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Featuring original short stories by Elmer Kelton, James Reasoner, Randy Lee Eickhoff, Robert Vaughan, Richard S. Wheeler, Tom Piccirilli, Ed Gorman and many others!

"They died with their boots on."

So goes the old cliché that sums up the untimely demise of many a man in the wilder towns of the Old West-and no town was wilder, or home to more untimely demises, than the ultima
Paperback, 352 pages
Published May 16th 2003 by Forge Books (first published 2002)
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A short, spooky story by two Masters of SF. It was spooky, but not so bad that I didn't read it in the dark at bedtime. The writing is excellent. The descriptions are terrific. And even the horse had personality.

I will finish this, this week. I was reading 3 books at a time. If you like old west lore you will enjoy this. Several short stories. Entertaining from the first page. Any western reader fan would enjoy it.
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