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By: Cogburn, Brett [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Cogburn, Brett. Widowmaker Jones western: Publisher: New York, NY : Pinnacle Books/Kensington Publishing Corp., 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 330 pages ; 17 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0786041668; 9780786041664.Subject(s): Outlaws -- Fiction | Frontier and pioneer life -- Fiction | Kidnapping -- Fiction | Frontier and pioneer life | Kidnapping | OutlawsGenre/Form: Western stories. | Western fiction. | Fiction. | Western fiction. | Western stories. | Western fiction.DDC classification: [E] LOC classification: PS3603.O3255 | B89 2017Online resources: More online. Summary: "Newt Jones is none too proud of his deadly nickname. But when you tangle with the likes of Judge Roy Bean and the notorious Mexican outlaw Juan Cortina, a man's bound to earn a reputation. Or get stuck with a moniker like 'Widowmaker.' Even so, Newt is ready to put his gunslinging days behind him, hang up his Winchester, and take it easy. There's just one problem: Ain't nothing easy about living in Apache country ... When Newt gets word that a renegade tribe has kidnapped Matilda Redding's grandson, he can't just sit by and let the local authorities bungle it. Matilda once did him a good turn up on the Pecos and--flat broke and half drunk or not--he's got to help the old gal out. So he saddles up his horse, straps on his dead man's gun, and sets off to save this boy before he's buzzard chow. Sure, Newt's outnumbered, outgunned, and probably out of his mind. But they don't call him Widowmaker Jones for nothing ..."--Page [4] cover.
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Includes excerpt from Widowmaker Jones.

"Newt Jones is none too proud of his deadly nickname. But when you tangle with the likes of Judge Roy Bean and the notorious Mexican outlaw Juan Cortina, a man's bound to earn a reputation. Or get stuck with a moniker like 'Widowmaker.' Even so, Newt is ready to put his gunslinging days behind him, hang up his Winchester, and take it easy. There's just one problem: Ain't nothing easy about living in Apache country ... When Newt gets word that a renegade tribe has kidnapped Matilda Redding's grandson, he can't just sit by and let the local authorities bungle it. Matilda once did him a good turn up on the Pecos and--flat broke and half drunk or not--he's got to help the old gal out. So he saddles up his horse, straps on his dead man's gun, and sets off to save this boy before he's buzzard chow. Sure, Newt's outnumbered, outgunned, and probably out of his mind. But they don't call him Widowmaker Jones for nothing ..."--Page [4] cover.

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