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McClain By Will Keen

McClain by Will Keen

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McClain by Will Keen

Deputy Marshal McClain is found in his home, kneeling over his dead wife's body, holding the bloody knife that had killed her. Accused of her murder, he escapes from jail and stumbles across evidence pointing to her killers. So begins a long manhunt that takes him from Arizona to the Texas Gulf Coast and a town on the shores of Laguna Madre. There tangling with the Skeltons, a family of bootleggers, brings to McClain more startling information that sees him heading back to Arizona. Tormented by guilt, he at last meets his wife's killer, and deals with him in a way he would never have expected.

About Will Keen

Will Keen was raised in North Wales during the war years, and began writing short stories while in the army in the 1960s. While living in Australia he had general and romance stories published in national magazines, later several crime stories in The Alfred Hitchcock Magazine, New York. He worked for ten years in the 80s/90s as a freelance feature writer and photographer for two North Wales newspaper groups. Since then have published some sixty non- fiction books and novels. Now a widower, he is still writing and teaching.

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McClain by Will Keen
Used - Very Good
The Crowood Press Ltd
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