Edge of the Law by Richard Deming
(Prologue Books)

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Jud Sands lived on the edge of the law. When he blew into Ridgeford he had exactly twenty-four dollars in his pocket - it had cost a lot of money just to stay alive after he’d been fingered by Big Mark Fallon . . .

But he had his gun.

He had his wits.

And there was nowhere else to go . . .

Then there was the beautiful red-head, Bridge O’Rourke. She helped Jud in more ways than one . . .

But Fallon’s boys were closing in for the kill. Not all the Bridgets in the world could save his hide if they got their hands on him . . . which they would . . .


About Richard Deming

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Deming is a poet and a theorist who works on the philosophy of literature. His poems have appeared in Sulfur, Field, the Indiana Review and Mandorla, as well as "Great American Prose Poems: From Poe to the Present." He is the author of "Let's Not Call It Consequence" and "Listening on All Sides: Toward an Emersonian Ethics of Reading." He is a lecturer at Yale.
Published March 15, 2012 by Prologue Books. 173 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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