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Blood Game (Leo Guild #3)

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Leo Guild wanted work--riding shotgun on the last stagecoach lines was coming to an end, and he needed money fast. When offered a simple job of finding a missing prizefighter, how could he refuse? Although Guild hates boxing, thinking it nothing more than a blood game, jobs were few and far between. So he took it.

Guild quickly finds the missing fighter holed up in the home
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Paperback, 176 pages
Published June 2nd 2001 by Tom Doherty Associates (first published 1989)
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Ron
Dec 22, 2013 Ron rated it really liked it
Shelves: westerns
This hard-boiled "midwestern" is set in the summer of 1892 in some unnamed city big enough to turn out over 4,000 fans for a nasty boxing match. The focal character is Leo Guild, a 55-year-old bounty hunter convinced by a boxing promoter to help stage a fight between a white man and a black man. A bloodthirsty crowd is expected, believing they’ll be witness to a killing in the ring—and not the killing of the white fighter.

It’s an ugly set-up, and Guild has seen enough of the world to know it’s n
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Jun 29, 2009 Randy rated it it was amazing
The third Leo Guild novel.
In need of work, Guild gets involved in the boxing game. Hired by a promoter to bring his boxer back into the fold, he gets beat up for his trouble and informed it's all a game. The promoter stiffed him.
Then he, against his own judgment, agrees to guard the box office for the big fight, unaware that the promoter has hired a thief to steal the money to avoid paying the fighter. Oh, and shoot Guild.
Charles
Jul 23, 2008 Charles rated it it was amazing
Shelves: westerns
Third in the Leo Guild series.
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