Law for TombstonePaperback - 2010
Tombstone, Arizona, had the well-deserved reputation of being the toughest mining camp in the 1880s Southwest. Local officers were powerless against the outlaws who robbed stages and mines with impunity. But then came Alamo Bowie, whose assignment was to stop the attacks against the Wells Fargo Express lines.
Publisher: New York : Leisure ; Enfield : Publishers Group UK [distributor], 2010.
Characteristics: 302 p. ; 18 cm.