Leslie Ernenwein (1900-1961) was a prolific, Spur award-winning author of westerns, penning more than 25 novels and well over 130 short stories. He also worked as a feature writer for the Tucson Daily Citizen. Included in this volume are 4 of his classic novels:
HIGH GUN... It was called Apache Basin, this raw, rough lonely land where the bones of many violently dead men had bleached white beneath a scorching sun. Against Apache Basin Jim Modeen pitted himself -- pitted his renegade streak, his cavalry courage, his hard-won savvy of wilderness danger.... And pitted his gun!
THE GUN-HUNG MEN (Spur Award Winning Novel!)... Men who slapped leather for a living and when they threw their irons into the border war it meant only one thing -- hell itself on the range!
TRIGGER JUSTICE... Jeff Tennant had been in Yuma prison on a brand-blotting charge. Now he was back at Tonto flats, fitted out with a new gun belt and holster, ready to fight for revenge and his plundered homestead.against a quick-trigger gang of killers!
THE FARO KID... All his life, Steve Rennevant would remember that night in Cheyenne when he killed two men. The crowded saloon. The uproar at the poker table. A derringer blasting the player down. He had drawn and fired—fast.
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