Page Murdock has been sent to the tough New Mexico of 1881 to track down a man and bring him to justice. But more than a trail of revenge, Murdock finds himself on a desperate odyssey. For in the Southwest a friend can turn out to be one's cruelest enemy, an enemy one's finest friend. And the woman Murdock loves will be as voluptuous as Venus and wicked as sin.
City of Widows shows western author Loren D. Estleman at the top of his game.
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|Publisher:||Tom Doherty Associates|
|Series:||Page Murdock Series , #5|
|File size:||259 KB|
About the Author
Loren D. Estleman was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a BA degree in English Literature and Journalism in 1974. In 2002, the university awarded him an honorary doctorate in Humane Letters for his contribution to American literature.
He is the author of more than fifty novels in the categories of mystery, historical western, and mainstream, and has received four Western Writers of American Golden Spur Awards, three Western Heritage Awards, and three Shamus Awards. He has been nominated for the Edgar Allan Poe Award, Britain's Silver Dagger, the National Book Award, and the Pulitzer Prize. In 2003, the mammoth Encyclopedia of Detective Fiction named him the most critically acclaimed writer of U.S. detective
Loren D. Estleman is the author of more than fifty novels, including the Amos Walker, Page Murdock, and Peter Macklin series. Winner of three Shamus Awards, three Western Heritage Awards, four Spur Awards and many other literary prizes. He lives outside Detroit with his wife, author Deborah Morgan.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is one of a series of books about US Deputy Marshal, Page Murdock. He is a character you will instantly like. The story is one of the best in the series as it takes Murdock out of his normal jurisdiction and sends him undercover. There are other interesting characters and plot twists to make you wish for a sequel or for the story to just keep going. Estleman's writing is always well crafted and no one is better at keeping you a story.