The Wrong Gun

The Wrong Gun

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by Parnell Hall
     
 
When a revolver once owned by wild west outlaw Pistol Pete Robbins is stolen and a replica left in its place, wealthy gun collector Russ Timberlaine is afraid someone will commit a murder with it in order to frame him for the crime. Steve Winslow substitutes a third gun in its place. When the murder takes place, guess which gun did it!

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Overview

When a revolver once owned by wild west outlaw Pistol Pete Robbins is stolen and a replica left in its place, wealthy gun collector Russ Timberlaine is afraid someone will commit a murder with it in order to frame him for the crime. Steve Winslow substitutes a third gun in its place. When the murder takes place, guess which gun did it!

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Editorial Reviews

John L. Breen
"The trial is a dandy...with a possible record number of guns being juggled, and detailed ballistic testimony, it can be remembered as the ultimate Perry Mason pastiche."
Mystery News
"Hall’s humor subtly laced into the dialogue helps make this book a fast and entertaining read."
Publisher’s Weekly
"The realistic courtroom scenes crackle."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012486226
Publisher:
Parnell Hall
Publication date:
04/29/2011
Series:
Steve Winslow Series , #5
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
269,234
File size:
952 KB

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Meet the Author

Parnell Hall is the author of the Stanley Hastings private eye novels, the Puzzle Lady crossword puzzle mysteries, and the Steve Winslow courtroom dramas. His books have been nominated for Edgar, Shamus, and Lefty awards. An actor, singer/songwriter, screenwriter, and former private eye, Parnell lives in New York City.

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Wrong Gun 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sometimes you just want a book to entertain you. This one does that very well. A legal "thriller" if you can avoid chuckling while reading.
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