Blood Money and Other Stories by Gunnison Steele
Five hard nosed Western stories by Gunnison Steele. Gunnison Steele was the pseudonym for Benny W. Gardner.
The Meanest Man (1947) – Sam Radd didn’t know which was worse-killing the banker or telling the sheriff that his own partner had done it.
Showdown (1946) – It didn’t seem possible that Sid Jarret would be able to beat Tuck’s four kings-but whether Jarret could or not, Tuck had still lost too much to be able to cover Jarret’s bets.
Claws of Perdition (1945) – Seeking hidden gold, Sonora Drake held Adam Boone helpless!
The Ironclad Alibi (1945) – Nick Ryan could prove he wasn’t the murderer being sought for-prove it with the finality of the grave.
Blood Money (1934) – It was a grim joke to Kerrigan. Here they were on the arid wastes of the desert, sun-scorched, dried, waterless. And he was worth five thousand dollars to Fallon, if Fallon could get him to Three Pines—alive. And it looked as if the desert would be the ultimate victor.
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