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Law at Angel's Landing: A Western Story

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Mark Girard was a young boy during the boom period of Angel's Landing, a mining town near Banjo Creek. When the boom played out, Mark's father moved on, but his mother refused to leave. When the job as sheriff opened, Mark ran for the office and won. It was a relatively easy job until a new gold strike on Banjo Creek brought brawling lawbwbreakers back to town. Now the ...more
Hardcover, 164 pages
Published July 21st 2010 by Five Star (ME) (first published July 2010)
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Wayne D. Overholser (born September 4, 1906 in Pomeroy, Washington; died August 27, 1996 in Boulder, Colorado) was an American Western writer.

Overholser won the 1953 First Spur Award for best novel for Lawman using the pseudonym Lee Leighton. In 1955 he won the 1954 (second) Spur Award for The Violent Land. He also used the pseudonyms John S. Daniels, Dan J. Stevens and Joseph Wayne.
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