The Last Hard Men by Brian Garfield

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An angry escaped inmate is on the loose looking for vengeance against the lawyer that locked him up.

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Brian Garfield is the author of numerous suspense/adventure novels. His exepertise as a writer has resulted in his being published in such diverse fields as romance, gothic, Westerns, adventure, mystery, suspense, crime, history, film, and theatrical plays. Some 20 million copies of his books have been sold. He writes under at least eight names besides his own, including Brian Wynne, Frank Wynne, Jonas Ward, Drew Mallory, Frank O'Brian, Alex Hawk, John Ives, and Bennett Garland. His novel" Death Wish" was made into a 1974 film by Paramount Studios and starred Charles Bronson. Two novels," Gun Down" and "Hopscotch," were made into films. And two other novels, "Wild Times" and "Relentless," were made into TV movies. The TV movie "Wild Times" was a mini-series starring Sam Elliott, Ben Johnson, Harry Carey, Jr. and many other Western movie actors, many of whom were personally selected by Garfield. He has served as the director of the Mystery Writers of America, and the President of the Western Writers of America.
Published January 1, 1976 by Fawcett. 176 pages
Genres: Westerns, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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