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A guilt-ridden manhunter is lured to a dusty town where he becomes the target of death-attempts. He soon finds himself in a life or death struggle against a gang of bandits and wrestling with feelings for a woman with a mysterious past.
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Plot & Themes

Story of personal feelings?    -   redeeming oneself The enemy is...    -   Bandits/Outlaws Robbery story?    -   a stagecoach Kind of story?    -   defending against enemy Love/Sex?    -   Conflict bringing two lovers together Who is good, who is bad?    -   Whities bad Who is tough/wimpy, smart/dumb?    -   Men tough    -   Women tough

Main Character

Gender:    -   Male Profession/status:    -   private investigator Eccentric:    -   Yes    -   wild


How much descriptions of surroundings?    -   5 () Small town?    -   Yes Small town people:    -   sinister, like an X-Files Gomer Pyle Time book takes place in:    -   1960's-1970's

Writing Style

overall quality of this book?    -   10 Person    -   mostly 3rd How much gore?    -   2 () How much suspense/how unpredictable?    -   10 () How much action?    -   9 () How much dialogue/talking among characters?    -   6 () How much non-dialogue descript of thoughts & feelings?    -   6 () How much romance?    -   7 () Non-dialogue thoughts/feelings primarily about: (optional)    -   thoughts for/about others    -   thinking cynical commentary    -   thinking about plan of action


Betrayal    -   Yes Betrayal by:    -   friend Betrayal: resulting in    -   serious bodily harm Alienation    -   Yes Alienation from:    -   from humanity

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