In Loren D. Estelman's Murdock's Law, Special U.S. Deputy Page Murdock rides into Breen, Montana, on the trail of a menacing and elusive outlaw. But before he can scout the saloons for his man, he is made town marshal in a territory heating up for the ugliest range war this side of hell. The big ranchers want a gunslinger marshal, and the small ranchers have their own hired gun. But the badge on Murdock's chest means law, and he'll enforce it the best way he knows...with a gun.
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“Mr. Estleman plays in the majors...and his nervy characters can talk their way home on a double. A good clean game.” —The New York Times Book Review
“Quicksilver dialogue, incisive characterizations, and canny interweaving of observations and events. Estleman's eye, ear, and hand are in perfect sync--you will want to call up your closest friends to read them your favorite paragraphs.” —Washington Post Book World
“Estleman's prose and ability to set a mood are always first-rate.” —Chicago Sun-Times
“With a pro's practiced skill, Estleman keeps all the plates spinning through the air with no apparent effort and a hundred different voices.” —Boston Sunday Globe