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"The Guns of Mark Jardine is a dramatic, nonstop-action book . . . a rip-roaring adventure set against the lawless territory of Arizona during the years following the Civil War."Hubbard appears to have possessed the flair of greats Louis L'Amour and Zane Grey when recounting Wild West encounters." —The Sanford Herald
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Guns of Mark Jardine is set against the wild and lawless territory of Arizona in the years following the civil war. Jardine, thirty years old, clean cut and a crack shot, is drawn to Arizona to avenge the torture and death of his best friend who was ambushed there after striking a small fortune in gold. Jardine's arrival stirs up a whole hornet's nest of trouble that brings him into the bad graces of Barbara's father now wants her ranch as well. And when Jardine takes on the task of a single-handedly getting her out of the territory alive, while at the same time tracking the trail of his friend's killers, he may just have saddled himself with too many problems.About the Author:
It was Mr. Hubbard's trendsetting work in this field from 1938 to 1950, particularly, that not only helped to expand the scope and imaginative boundaries of science fiction and fantasy but indelibly established him as one of the founders of what continues to be regarded as the genre's Golden Age.His culminating works of science fiction—Battlefield Earth and the ten-volume Mission Earth series—blazed new paths in the landscape of modern speculative literature.Widely honored recipient of Italy's Tetradramma D'Oro Award and a special Gutenberg Award, among other significant literary honors, Battlefield Earth has already been translated into twenty-five languages and easily ranks as the biggest single-volume science fiction novel, at 1,050 pages and nearly 430,000 words, in the history of the genre.The Mission Earth dekalogy has been equally acclaimed, winning the Cosmos 2000 Award from French readers and the coveted Nova Science Fiction Award from Italy's National Committee for Science Fiction and Fantasy. In a span of just twenty-three months, each of its ten volumes became New York Times bestsellers—a feat unequaled in publishing history.
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Book Description Galaxy Pr Llc, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1592122248
Book Description Galaxy Pr Llc, 2006. Audio CD. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111592122248