With 1.5 million copies of his books in print, Ralph Cotton has won countless fans for his authentic, actionpacked Westerns. Sheriff 's widow Emma Vertrees is far from the straight-and-narrow citizen the residents of Little Aces assume her to be. When fate reunites her with Memphis Warren Beck, a member of a despicable collection of miscreants known as the Hole-in-the-wall Gang, Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack finds himself right in the line of fire.
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by Ralph Cotton
"Border bandits, gunslinging rangers, and unrequited lovers populate Cotton's action-packed Western. Staying true to its genre, NIGHTFALL AT LITTLE ACES is full of gritty characters, isolated desert scenery, and lots of riveting action. It's no wonder Cotton's fans are wishing for a movie adaptation of this book. Narrator George Guidall sounds like a seasoned cowboy, but his narration style isn't overstated. Guidall reads like a relaxed storyteller, his dialogue unembellished with minimal variations between characters. He keeps the action sequences--whether a karate kick to the jaw or a trailside shoot-out--packed with violent tension. Those who prefer skilled and subtle readings will delight in Guidall's performance. J.T. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"
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