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FUGITIVE'S TRAIL (KID PARMLEE NOVELS)

ROBERT J. CONLEY

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ISBN 10: 0312975082 / ISBN 13: 9780312975081
Published by ST MARTIN\'S PRESS, 2000
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Title: FUGITIVE'S TRAIL (KID PARMLEE NOVELS)

Publisher: ST MARTIN\'S PRESS

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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The thrilling saga of a boy turned gunslinger, and the legend that would chase him across the West...

"I was a wanted killer, and that made me an outlaw, and I forced myself to think hard and to accept myself for just that. If I was to be an outlaw, I told myself, I'd be a hard one, and I'd be a good one. I'd be the god damnest outlaw that ever come down the pike..."

Scrawny, young Melvin Parmlee lit out of Texas wearing a pair of old overalls and riding a swayback horse. His crime: killing a man with an axe handle for shooting his dog. Out ahead lay a land of prairie, mountains, boomtowns, whores, gold and outlaws. And behind him was a long, twisty trail that was getting more crowded with enemies every day.

Robert Conley's saga of Melvin Parmlee is a rollicking tale, an authentic portrait of the American West, and the gripping drama of a boy becoming a man -amongst the wildest men of all.

About the Author:

ROBERT J. CONLEY, a member of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokees, is the author of over forty books, including the Texas Outlaw Series (Fugitive's Trail, A Cold Hard Trail, and The Devil's Trail), and the recipient of three Spur Awards. He lives in Oklahoma with his wife, Evelyn, also a Cherokee.

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