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The Two Devils is a romp through the Old West with Miles O'Malley and his horse, Paul. Miles has an uncanny knack for running into everything from ghosts looking for a shoot out to monsters from Mars in this hilarious and entertaining adventure.
Paperback, 199 pages
Published January 28th 2004 by LBF Books Pittsburgh PA and Hadrosaur productions Las Cruces, NM (first published 2004)
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Laura
Jun 19, 2009 rated it liked it
Ok, I had to build this book into goodreads. Although it's at DPL it's not in Amazon.

It's a fun but flawed book. It's clearly written by and for the white guy audience.
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David B. Riley is an active member of the HWA. He is the author of six novels and over 100 published short stories and has edited nine horror anthologies.
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