While Angels Dance by Ralph W. Cotton
The Life and Times of Jeston Nash

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A vivid, historically accurate study of Civil War days and outlaw life in the Old West follows the exploits of the James-Younger gang. A first novel.

About Ralph W. Cotton

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Ralph Cotton lives in Spring Hill, FL.
Published June 1, 1994 by St Martins Pr. 327 pages
Genres: Westerns, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Jeston makes an enemy of Daniel Zanone, an incestuous and corrupt lawman (but then, all the lawmen in the book are corrupt), and this hostility loosely links the scenes of ritualistic violence that are the book's raison d'àtre.

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Drawing inspiration from tales heard in his childhood, Cotton fashions an engaging debut that moves effortlessly between the Civil-War and traditional western genres.

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