Bullet and Other Stories by Hapsburg Liebe
Seven classic pulp Western stories by Hapsburg Liebe. Hapsburg Liebe was the pseudonym of Charles Haven Liebe (1880-1957).
Vengeance In A Bottle (1945) – Dingdong Bell Had a Reputation for Tellin’ the Truth, Even When He Was on the Owlhoot
Cayuse Cowman (1942) – The news that Bender’s younker was heir to a million dollars traveled quickly through the town.
Bullet (1937) – He was just a button but when trouble popped those hard bitten men of Gold Rock had to admit he was man-sized!
Dangerous Ground (1944)- a Lot of Folks Have Died Because They Knew Too Much
All The Cards Were Black (1949)- Trust Cow Folks to Get the Right Angle
Bullets Across The Border (1948) – That wild, young owlhooter didn’t even trust his own shadow —yet he left himself wide open for a double-crossing drygulcher’s Bullets Across The Border
Stickup at Stafford’s (1949) – A Long Hate Is Hard to Contend With
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