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L'insigne noir - série noire n° 1502

by Clifton Adams

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As a deputy marshal of the U.S. District for Western Arkansas in the 1880s, Harry Cole was well qualified for the tough and demanding work he did. He took a passionate pride in the knowledge that he was better at his work than almost anybody else. The fact was that Cole valued nothing and no one more than his job -- not friendship, personal loyalties, not even his beautiful wife, Cordelia. There were times, though, when the burden of being a lawman weighed heavily on Harry Cole, and it became almost intolerable when he made it his mission to capture the Sutter gang. Along the way, he had left a trail of death and broken lives -- and now the memories returned to haunt him as he faced Cordelia's bitter rejection of everything he stood for.… (more)

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