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by William R. Cox

eBook Cemetery Jones ePub
Author: William R. Cox
Language: English
ISBN: 0449128105
ISBN13: 978-0449128107
Publisher: Fawcett; First Edition edition (August 12, 1985)
Category: Genre Fiction
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 290
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ePub file: 1648 kb
Fb2 file: 1840 kb

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with the purchase of any eligible product. William Robert Cox (1901-1988) was a writer for more than sixty years, and published more than seventy-five novels and perhaps one thousand short stories, as well as more than 150 TV shows and several movies on film. He was well into his career, flooding the market with sports, crime, and adventure stories, when he turned to the western novel.

Book by Cox, William Robert. Cemetery Jones and the Tombstone War. Comanche Moon (Gunsmoke Western). The Lusty Men. Game, set, and match. Comanche Moon and Navajo. Gunfight at Razor Edge.

William Robert Cox (March 14, 1901 – July 7, 1988) was an American author. He was a prolific writer of short stories and Western and Mystery novels mainly for the pulp and paperback markets. He wrote under at least six pseudonyms: Willard d'Arcy, Mike Frederic, John Parkhill, Joel Reeve, Roger G. Spellman and Jonas Ward. He was born in Peapack-Gladstone, New Jersey.

William R. Tombstone was fast becoming one hell of a mess when Bat Masterson and the Earps asked their old pal Sam Cemetery Jones to lend a hand. There was a man a day getting killed, the notorious Clanton gang raising hell, Apaches on the warpath and a legendary outlaw called Ringo looking to put Cemetery Jones six feet under. The OK Corral was just the beginning in the war zone called Tombstone.

He was born in Peapack-Gladstone, New Jersey. According to his widow, Casey Collins Cox, he was writing his 81st novel, Cemetery Jones and the Tombstone Wars on the day of his death in 1988

For the US general and politician, see William Ruffin Cox. For other people named William Cox, see William Cox (disambiguation). William Robert Cox (March 14, 1901 – July 7, 1988) was an American author. According to his widow, Casey Collins Cox, he was writing his 81st novel, Cemetery Jones and the Tombstone Wars on the day of his death in 1988. He was 87. He was survived by his wife, Casey, and his stepson, Douglas Campbell. Cox, who wrote 80 novels encompassing sports, mystery and westerns, died of congestive heart failure Sunday at. . Cox, who wrote 80 novels encompassing sports, mystery and westerns, died of congestive heart failure Sunday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 87 years old. His wife, Casey, said he died at his typewriter while working on his 81st novel, ''Cemetery Jones and the Tombstone Wars. Mr. Cox, who was born in Peapack, . worked in the family ice, coal, wood and fur businesses before becoming a freelance writer. Among his books still in print are ''The Sixth Horseman'' and ''Cemetery Jones and the Maverick Ki. ' He also wrote several books under the pseudonym Jonas Ward. He is survived by his wife and his stepson, Douglas Campbell.

Sam "Cemetery" Jones, aided by the mysterious, vengeful Maverick Kid, becomes embroiled in a vicious range war against a ruthless, murderous rancher and his gang of cattle rustlers
Swordsong
This book reminded me of the old pulp Western magazine stories or the Western serials with Hopalong Cassidy. It was a good story with plenty of action.

I recommend it!
Tisicai
Cemetery Jones is man on to himself, he answers to no one. At this moment he won a gold mine in a poker game and a couple of con men consisting of shady lawyer. The two con men are really running from a murder in San Francisco. They murdered the boat captain Aaron Burr, they name sounds familiar..right, well they were responsible for Burr' s death and they salvaged his boat and left town. They settled in Sunset and their aim was to take over the town...you know the old story to milk the town's people for everything they own..use it as their fiefdom ain't that just great. Well Cemetery Jones know something is up, because these two con men set Cemetery Jones up for robbery by the Coleman Brothers. Cemetery was carrying thirty five or thirty eight thousand dollars, payment for his gold mine.
You all need to read this western because the man is a no nonsense man, it's either black or white and he has an analytical type of mind. He keeps his wit as he rides along on his mountain born horse who is just as alert in fact the horse has saved Samuel Hornblow Jones aka "Cemetery Jones" life many times, alerting him to danger...smart smart. A great western, I think this might be a series not sure, but it would be NICE if the author decided to create a series.
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