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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Brookston Prairie Township Public Library - Brookston||WES BRA (Text)||38209000864606||Western||Available||-|
- ISBN: 0330339095
- Physical Description: 293 pages
- Publisher: New York St. Martin's Press c1994
|Summary, etc.:|| On October 26, 1881, three outlaws lay dead in a dusty vacant lot in Tombstone, Arizona. Standing over them-Colt's smoking-were Wyatt Earp, his two brothers Morgan and Virgil, and a gun-slinging gambler named Doc Holliday. The shootout at the O.K. Corral was over-but for earp, the fight had just begun. Rising from mule skinner to small-town marshal in the kansas Territory, Wyatt Earp was a man who craved fame, power and prominence. He came to Tombstone with a plan to get elected sheriff, and a dream of building the biggest business empire the booming mining town had ever seen. He had the right reputation-"The Most Feared Lawman in the West." He married the right woman-his political rival's girlfriend. Adn when he gunned down three ruthless outlaws at O.K.-he made the right move. But by Christmas, both his brothers ahd been struck down, and their assassins were coming after him and Doc Holliday. For Earp, a man of ambition and pride, it would mean putting aside his dream for one last fight..not for glory, but revenge.