Bad Justice

Bad Justice

Format
Ebook
Price
$6.99
 
Additional Formats
  • Ebook
  • ISBN 9781101593158
  • 304 Pages
  • Signet
  • Adult

Overview

SCARS RUN DEEP

Colter Farrow’s branded face is a constant reminder of why he’s been on the run for so long. But his plan to return home and confront his past backfires when he’s framed for the murders of two men. Men who turn out to be U.S. Deputy Marshals.

Resigned to living on the lam, Colter heads to Utah Territory, where a desperate town marshal offers him a job as—of all things—a lawman. What better way for a man to hide from the law than to become part of it? Regardless of which side of the law he stands on, Colter makes enemies quickly. But Colter doesn’t plan on letting them stay above ground for long.…

Praise

Praise for the novels of Frank Leslie:

“Frank Leslie writes with leathery prose honed sharper than a buffalo skinner’s knife, with characters as explosive as forty-rod whiskey and a plot that slams the reader with the impact of a Winchester slug.”—Johnny D. Boggs, Spur Award-Winning author of Killstraight

“An enormously entertaining burst of stay-up-late, read-into-the-night, fast-moving flurry of page-turning action. Leslie spins a yarn that rivals the very best on Western shelves today. Moving at breakneck speed, this novel is filled with crackling good stuff. I couldn’t put it down!” —J. Lee Butts, author of And Kill Them All

"So richly detailed that you can smell the gunsmoke and taste the dust." —Wayne D. Dundee, author of Hard Trail to Socorro
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