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Deadwood (Luke Starbuck #6)

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Five thousand dollars. That was what a slick Denver lawyer-representing a mysterious client-offered to pay the legendary manhunter Luke Starbuck. The job: to find a way into Wyoming's infamous Hole-in-the-Wall outlaw stronghold and shoot a bad man dead. Starbuck knew there was something wron
Paperback, 256 pages
Published August 18th 2003 by St. Martin's Paperbacks (first published November 28th 1981)
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Aug 05, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: western
This started off and finished off as an excellent Western. The real drag was the long, long discourse on Dakota politics. Yes, needed for the story, but if I wasn't listening to an audiobook, I would have drifted off. I listened to the audiobook by Richard Ferrone. He does an excellent job.
Apr 26, 2012 rated it liked it
Matt Braun- Deadwood (St. Martin’s Press 2003) 3.5 Stars

Luke Starbuck has been hired by a smooth talking lawyer to hunt down a man who stole money from a rich mine owner. Now he must find a way to infiltrate the Hole-In-The-Wall. Things may not be just the way they were portrayed to him though, the first indicator being that people keep trying to kill him. Luke doesn’t like being setup and now he is out for blood. Who will be the last man standing?

The first couple of pages had me wondering about
Jun 07, 2014 rated it liked it
While at sea, I found this novel in the ship's library and enjoyed it. Matt Braun appears to include more historical detail and some real life historical characters and settings in his novels. Deadwood is the first Luke Starbuck novel I had read and I decided to read some more when I had the opportunity.
Jul 15, 2014 rated it really liked it
A bit better than MANHUNTER--the other half of this two for one package--and sets up a potential conflict between Luke Starbuck and Butch Cassidy. Excellent.
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