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Hot Lead, Cold Justice: 5 Paperback – 20 July 2021
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Max Allan Collins, Shamus-Award winner and 2017 Mystery Writers of America Grand Master Edgar Award-winner, is the New York Times bestselling author of fiction, nonfiction and graphic novels, including Road to Perdition, which was adapted into the Oscar-winning film starring Paul Newman and Tom Hanks. He is the author of a number of popular mysteries,including Quarry, which was adapted into a Cinemax original crime drama series. He and his wife also coauthor the acclaimedTrash 'n' Treasures cozy mystery series under the name Barbara Allan. In addition to writing, Collins is a filmmaker and createdthe documentary Mike Hammer's Mickey Spillane. He lives in Iowa and can be found online at MaxAllanCollins.com.
- Publisher : KENSINGTON (20 July 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 272 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0786042877
- ISBN-13 : 978-0786042876
- Dimensions : 12.07 x 1.73 x 17.78 cm
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Reviewed in Canada on 4 May 2021
In this book, Caleb faces an old nemesis in the form of a former lieutenant of William Quantrill, during the Civil War, that Caleb had sent to prison during his Wells Fargo Detective days. Lukas "Burn 'Em" Burnham is the worst of the worst who steals and murders without a care in the world. Burnham and his crew come gunning for Caleb and the action is quick and fierce. The book also deals with the Great Plains blizzard of 1886-87, which had to have been simply awful to experience.
I thought the book was very well written, had a lot of great characters and great dialog. One of my favorite characters in the book is Deputy Tulley. He's a cantankerous old coot who reminded me a lot of Stumpy as played by Walter Brennan in Rio Bravo.
If you like westerns I highly recommend this book!