The Dead Women of Juarez by Sam Hawken

The Dead Women of Juarez

Sam Hawken

Convincing background, great characters and plotting, including, for me, the most unexpected twist since Hitchcock killed off Janet Leigh so early in 'Psycho'. Thoroughly recommended for all lovers of American hard-boiled thrillers.

Once there was a time he could have asked for help. He was surrounded by men like himself, men who had become authority because it was, like themselves, immortal and unchanging. Over the years they had fallen away. Some died. Some quit. The ones who remained were worn on the inside and out ....
'There is nothing as worthless as an old man', Sevilla said.
He took from his pocket his pistol and put it on the bed beside him.
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