Manhunter by Matt Braun
(Luke Starbuck Novels)

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In a lawless land

When Luke Starbuck takes on a wealthy banker as a client, the only thing more compelling than the paycheck is his prey. The James-Younger gang has confounded countless detectives, including the men of the Pinkerton Agency. Now it’s Starbuck’s chance to bring down the most notorious group of outlaws the West has ever seen—led by none other than cold-blooded killer Jesse James.


One man will enforce his own brand of justice…

Undercover work and patient tracking take Starbuck from Kansas City straight through the Indian Territory. But when Jesse outwits him during a bank heist in Minnesota, innocent blood is spilled, and Starbuck’s mission becomes a down-and-dirty vendetta that will leave one man standing—and the other six feet under...

 

 

About Matt Braun

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Matt Braun is the author of twenty-six novels, and won the Golden Spur Award from the Western Writers of America for The Kincaids. He describes himself as a "true westerner"; born in Oklahoma, he is the descendant of a long line of ranchers. He writes with a passion for historical accuracy and detail that has earned him a reputation as the most authentic portrayer of the American West.
 
Published June 1, 1984 by Robert Hale Ltd. 192 pages
Genres: Westerns, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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