The memoirs of Wild Bill Hickok : and Shadow on the sun / Richard Matheson.
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- ISBN: 0765393476
- ISBN: 9780765393470
- Physical Description: 409 pages ; 19 cm
- Edition: First mass market edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Forge, 2017.
- Copyright: ©1996
"A Tom Doherty Associates book" -- Title page.
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Memoirs of Wild Bill Hickok -- Shadow on the sun.
The Memoirs of Wild Bill Hickok: "Gunfighter. U.S. marshal. Legend. James Butler Hickok was a celebrity before there was a Hollywood...and he was dead before he was forty. Spur Award-winning author Richard Matheson delves into the life and times of the man behind the myth. The abusive childhood that turned him violent. The secret terrors hiding behind his fearless reputation. And the unforgettable events that caused his name to live on more than a century later." -- Page  cover.
Shadow on the Sun: "Southwest Arizona. An uneasy truce exists between the remote frontier town of Picture City and the neighboring Apaches. That delicate peace is threatened when the mutilated bodies of two white men are found. The angry townspeople are certain the 'savages' have broken the treaty, but Billjohn Finley, the local Indian agent, has another suspect in mind. There's a tall, dark stranger in town, who rode in wearing the dead men's clothes...." -- Page  cover.
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