The marshal and the moonshiner [large print] / C. M. Wendelboe.

By: Wendelboe, C. MPublisher: Waterville, Maine : Wheeler Publishing, a part of Gale, a Cengage Company, 2020. ©2018Description: 369 p. (large print) ; 23 cmISBN: 9781432849542 Report number: BV-Fall 21Subject(s): United States marshals -- Fiction | Fugitives from justice -- Fiction | Gangsters -- FictionGenre/Form: Western fiction. | Historical fiction. | Large type books.Summary: LARGE PRINT. Gangsters and hoodlums prey upon people's weaknesses for a quick buck in an era that saw few bucks to spare, making criminals of everyday folks in the rural Great Depression. In a place as wild as the West ever was, in the heyday of the badmen and the lawmen, the law is in short supply. U.S. Marshal Nelson Lane chases a fleeing murder suspect from the frontier of the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming all the way to the big city of El Reno in Oklahomaout of his element in both places and nearly everywhere in between. His only help is an Indian rookie deputy sheriff, and she is as wild as any other young woman in that time.
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LARGE PRINT. Gangsters and hoodlums prey upon people's weaknesses for a quick buck in an era that saw few bucks to spare, making criminals of everyday folks in the rural Great Depression. In a place as wild as the West ever was, in the heyday of the badmen and the lawmen, the law is in short supply. U.S. Marshal Nelson Lane chases a fleeing murder suspect from the frontier of the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming all the way to the big city of El Reno in Oklahomaout of his element in both places and nearly everywhere in between. His only help is an Indian rookie deputy sheriff, and she is as wild as any other young woman in that time.

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