One of America's favorite writers captures the wild and glorious spirit of the American West.
Set against a breathtaking landscape painted with eloquent stories, here are the extraordinary characters, the desperate odds, and the spirit of a wild frontier as only Elmore Leonard can evoke them. In these three classic novels, Leonard has crafted raw, hard-bitten tales of courage, treachery, and redemption. In The Bounty Hunters, a cavalryman turned Indian scout rides after an Apache renegade&151;while he himself is pursued by a hate-filled relationship with a powerful army commander. In Forty Lashes Less One, two prisoners search for a way out of a hellhole of hatred and suffering and find it in a crazed, violent contest. And in Gunsights, an Arizona land war draws a carnival of reporters, photographers, and spectators, while it puts two fierce frontier fighters and best friends on opposite sides of a deadly serious fight.
Elmore Leonard’s electrifying western novels, many captured on film, stand as some of the most vivid writing of his career. Crackling with Leonard’s trademark dialogue, set against a beautifully evoked landscape, here are classic works that capture the wild and glorious spirit of the American West.
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ELMORE LEONARD is the author of Bandits, Touch, Freaky Deaky, Killshot, Get Shorty, Maximum Bob, Rum Punch, Pronto, Riding the Rap, Out of Sight, Cuba Libre, and other works—all national bestsellers and critical successes. In 1992, the Mystery Writers of America gave Leonard the Grand Master Award. Get Shorty, Out of Sight, and Jackie Brown (based on Rum Punch) were Hollywood blockbusters; Maximum Bob was an ABC-TV miniseries. He lives in Bloomfield, Michigan.
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