Mitigating Jeopardy - The Frontier Justice Tales of Judge Steele vol 1

Mitigating Jeopardy - The Frontier Justice Tales of Judge Steele vol 1

by Lon Williams

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Peril Press presents:
The Frontier Justice Tales of Judge Steele vol 1
by Lon Williams

Western Action, October 1952
Judge Steele
By Lon Williams
Judge Wardlow Steele had to learn his profession as he went along . . .
2700 Words

Western Action, February 1953
A Judge Steele Story
by Lon Williams
What seemed like a plain case of murder was now shaping up as an accident—but Judge Steele figured that this accident was too danged convenient, and too pat. . .
4100 Words

Western Action, April, 1953
A “Judge Steele” Story
by Lon Williams
It was these danged technicalities in the law that made Judge Wardlow Steele curse the day he took to the bench, and yearn for Vigilante justice!
4100 Words

Western Action, August 1953
“Judge Steele” Story
by Lon Williams
The more experience he got, the surer Judge Steele became that he didn’t belong on the bench. And here was a murderer before him—but Defense Attorney Demeree was so positive he’d acquit the scoundrel that he didn’t challenge a single juror!
4100 Words

Western Action, December 1953
Judge Steele
by Lon Williams
At the mere sight of Cynthia Bondell, Judge Steele knew the jury would bring in any verdict her heart desired. But the judge also felt that nothing in the world would be better for Flat Creek than the hanging of defendant—one to which Cynthia was rumored to be engaged!
6000 Words

This edition includes the original illustrations as well as a gallery of the covers to the issues of Western Action these stories came from.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148766070
Publisher: Peril Press
Publication date: 10/01/1952
Series: Judge Steele , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 18 MB
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About 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.

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