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JIM SADDLER by GENE CURRY

Gene Curry was a pseudonym used by Peter J. McCurtin—born in Ireland on 15 October 1929, and immigrated to America when he was in his early twenties.

The Jim Saddler series returned him to the gritty first-person style of narration that made the Carmody books so distinctive. Of the seven books that comprise Saddler's adventures, however, four are little more than straight re-writes of Carmody novels; A Dirty Way to Die (Tough Bullet), Wildcat Woman (Screaming on the Wire, with Jessie James' daughter replacing Billy the Kid's brother), Colorado Crossing (Hangtown) and Hot as a Pistol (The Killers). Of the rest, Yukon Ride is particularly notable, in that Saddler has to transport the body of a dead judge from the Yukon border to San Francisco, with surprising results..

Beware: The Jim Saddler westerns contain ADULT CONTENT

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Published August 1, 2016
Recommended Price: $1.99 / £1.41
    #1: A DIRTY WAY TO DIE

They called her Angel, but she was a devil in bed, as Jim Saddler found out when he sampled her favors at Miss Molly’s New Orleans bordello. When he awoke, he found that his Angel had flown—and so had his gambling winnings of five thousand dollars.

His search for the money and the girl led him into more danger than he could possibly have imagined. He’d have to be quick on the draw and fast on his feet if he wasn’t going to wind up on Boot Hill.

   


Published November 1, 2016
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    #2: WILDCAT WOMAN

When Jim Saddler first laid eyes on Jessie James, he thought she was a boy. On closer examination, he realized that he'd made a big mistake. Jessie was all woman, sweet as a prairie flower and deadly as a mountain lion.

Jessie claimed to be the daughter of the late outlaw Jesse James. She had a crazy scheme for picking up his career when he'd left off—and that scheme included Saddler!

   

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