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Last Stage to Hell Junction: 4 Hardcover – 28 May 2019
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New York Times bestselling author Max Allan Collins again brings to life the legacy of crime-writing legend Mickey Spillane in another explosive chapter in this now-classic western saga. Caleb York has a tin star, a blazing gun, and plenty of courage. All he needs is a little luck to deliver big justice . . .
About the Author
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 co-author the acclaimed Trash 'n' Treasures cozy mystery series under the name Barbara Allan. In addition to writing, Collins is a filmmaker and created the documentary Mike Hammer's Mickey Spillane. He lives in Iowa and can be found online at www.MaxAllanCollins.com.
- Publisher : KENSINGTON (28 May 2019)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 320 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1496716779
- ISBN-13 : 978-1496716774
- Dimensions : 14.68 x 2.13 x 21.72 cm
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Reviewed in Australia on 19 July 2021
Another and another .... pulp and stereotypical western romp served up with a generous serve of Shakespearean phraseology. York’s “thespian delivery” is almost as convincing as that of his trusty .44 Colt! The principal setting of a ghost town is a welcome addition to the “stable of Olde West images“ accessed by Collins.
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EntertainingReviewed in the United States on 18 February 2020
The story doesn't resemble anything that could actually happen and the ending is ridiculous. With that said, if you enjoy stories from this time period you'll be ok with this one. I've read all four books in the series and this is the weakest entry.