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In the moon of red ponies

In the moon of red ponies
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S0002489331 F Bur
Adult Fiction   Narrandera . Available .  
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ISBN 0752861107
Call Number F Bur
Author Burke, James Lee 1936-
Title In the moon of red ponies
Publication details London : Orion, 2004
Notes "At the end of Bitterroot, rodeo cowboy Wyatt Dixon - 'the most dangerous, depraved, twisted and unpredicatable human being I ever knew' - was sentences to sixty years in jail for murder. Now, one year later, he's out, due to the DA's failure to disclose a piece of evidence. Among his many crimes, Wyatt once totured Billy Bob's wife when she was a cop. Dixon declares to Billy Bob that he's a reformed character, and he needs his help in a venture to raise rodeo livestock. How can Billy Bob possibly believe him?" "Meanwhile Johnny American Horse, whose worst offences till now have been drunkeness and a belief in his dreams, is caught carrying a gun. He tells Billy Bob he needs it for protection; in a dream he saw two men coming for him. Sure enough, those men Johnny saw are heading Wet, across the Great Plains to Montana, with Johnny as their target. Soon he's in serious trouble with only one man to turn to, Billy Bob - and Billy Bob finds himself pitched into a complex battle that pits him not only against Wyatt Dixon, but against the very government he has sworn to support". -- BOOK JACKET.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Holland, Billy Bob (Fictitious character)
Trials (Murder)
Genre Suspense fiction
Mystery fiction
Legal stories
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