The Walking Jury

The Walking Jury

by Lon Williams
     
 

Western Action, April, 1954
Judge Steele
The Walking Jury
by Lon Williams

It was obvious that the woman seated in the front row of Flat Creek's crowded courtroom could be the determining factor in this case. Guilty or not, the prisoner would be acquitted it she continued to play upon the jurors' sentiments. Judge Steele, however, was immune . . .  See more details below

Overview

Western Action, April, 1954
Judge Steele
The Walking Jury
by Lon Williams

It was obvious that the woman seated in the front row of Flat Creek's crowded courtroom could be the determining factor in this case. Guilty or not, the prisoner would be acquitted it she continued to play upon the jurors' sentiments. Judge Steele, however, was immune . . .

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013603943
Publisher:
Peril Press
Publication date:
06/18/2011
Series:
Judge Steele , #5404
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
688,234
File size:
425 KB

Meet the Author

Lon Williams was a progenitor of the Weird West genre with his Lee Winters stories for the Pulp magazine Real Western Stories. Deputy Marshal Lee Winters encounters all sorts of strangeness in Forlorn Gap. Another of Lon Williams' long running series characters was Judge Steele in Action Western Magazine.

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