Eugene Morner liked the feel of the Colt .45 against his thigh. But it was probably boredom that made him put a bullet into a man named Curly one starless night. He felt a slow euphoria creep over him as he watched the man whimper into slow death.
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by Loren D. Estleman
by Gary D. Svee
by James Lee Burke
by Gary Paulsen
by Ambrose Bierce
"After Eugene Morner's father dies from a mule kick to the head, the 12-year-old boy joins a freight expedition heading west from Iowa in 1854. An argument with a driver, which ends in a fatal gunshot, seals Eugene's fate as a gunman and drifter. The slow, deliberate voice of Mark Hammer controls the storyline from the first hesitant days of Eugene's life on the run to the travels of the mature, self-confident killer. Each character is portrayed by slight changes in narration. Hammer's husky male voice suits the characters which include few females. This rough-and-tumble story provides enjoyable listening for fans of the Western genre. C.W. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine"
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