The Reluctant Pinkerton

The Reluctant Pinkerton

Format
Mass Market Paperback
Price
$6.99
 
Additional Formats
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • ISBN 9780425250716
  • 288 Pages
  • Berkley
  • Adult

Overview

One Last Job
 
Former Pinkerton agent Talbot Roper has a begrudging respect for his old boss. When Allen Pinkerton dies, and his sons send for Roper to attend the funeral, he has no choice but to oblige them. But Pinkerton’s sons, who now run the agency, want Roper to do more than pay his respects. They have a dangerous assignment that no man on their payroll can handle.
 
Now Roper is headed to Fort Worth, Texas, where someone is sabotaging the Union Stockyard company. Going undercover to infiltrate the industry, Roper knows that the men he’s up against aren’t just smart; they’re deadly. And he’ll need to remember everything Allen ever taught him to finish the job…and stay alive.
The Reluctant Pinkerton

The Reluctant Pinkerton

Robert J. Randisi

Praise

Praise for Bullets and Lies
 
A fine start to a new series.  Fans of the traditional western should get it immediately.”—Bill Crider
 
Fast-paced and action-packed, rich in humanity and lore.”—Ed Gorman
 
“A very entertaining story that left me eagerly looking forward to the next in the series.”—Western Fiction Review

Series

A Talbot Roper Novel
Robert J. Randisi
Robert J. Randisi
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