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Dead Man's Walk

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2013

    Barnes&Noble error John Wearden 832-859-4386

    I am new with Nook & do not know how Dead Mans Walk or how Pride & Prejudice got on my device. Guess it is a "learning" process. I read & have these books & was not aware I even purchased them. You may be able to see that I have not even opened them to read. Is it possible to exchange for books I have never read? As I say this is new to me. If not possible I will mark it up to experience take the hit use the library & be "sure" I know what I'm doing before using Barnes & Noble again if ever. I have no ill feelings as --it happens. I did see some books I would like to exchange if possible or as I said be careful or use the library & just take the loss as experience & see what happens. I don't want to sound like a "dead beat" but I made an honest mistake.

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  • Posted March 18, 2012

    A little disappointed in Gus's development but still a good read

    The novel starts out fast with a 200-lb. whore slinging a snapping turtle and largely keeps the action going throughout. I found it an enjoyable read, particularly since I am such a fan of Lonesome Dove. Having said that, I felt like Gus's character tended toward the one-dimensional with his fixation on fun, most particularly whores. Of course, he had much the same interests in Lonesome Dove, but at times with Comanche Moon, I felt like his character was a caricature of his Pulitzer Prize-winning double.

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