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Publisher's Summary

Itinerant lawmen Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch return in the gritty new installment of the New York Times best-selling series.
Appaloosa, the hometown of Territorial Marshals Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch, continues to prosper, but with prosperity comes a slew of new trouble: carpetbaggers, gamblers, migrants, peddlers, drifters, thieves, and whores, all boiling in a cauldron of excess and greed. And there's a new menace in town: a wealthy, handsome easterner - and the owner of Appaloosa's new casino - Boston Bill Black.
Boston Bill is flashy and bigger than life. He's a prankster and a notorious womanizer, and with eight notches on the handle of his Colt, he's rumored quick on the draw. When he finds himself wanted for a series of murders, he quickly vanishes. Cole and Hitch locate and arrest him, but Boston Bill escapes once again. Another murder sets the duo on his trail, eventually taking them back to Appaloosa - where one woman in particular may - or may not - prove to be the apple of Boston Bill's eye.
©2016 Robert Knott (P)2016 Random House Audio
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By louis on 06-24-16

It's sad what they did with this series

I love Robert Parker and loved the Cole & Hitch combo. But since Parker passed this series has fallen off significantly. It was a western with no gun fights. The dialogue dragged and was uninspired. Please get a new author to pick up this series and pretty please bring back the original narrator. Rex Linn is probably good but terrible with these character!!

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By tim goulet on 04-22-16

Bad

This is nothing like what I've come to expect from this series. Disappointing and time to move on from the authors who have tried to carry on RBP's series.

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