T. T. Flynn's short novels have both the character and emotional depth of much longer stories. In "Death's Deputy" Lon Hagerman arrives in Bitter Wells where he had lived when young. Since then Hagerman has gained a reputation as a gunfighting lawman that now generally earns him awe, but in Bitter Wells hostility and contempt, as he goes in pursuit of a powerful criminal. Mike McBride in "Death Takes a Tally" is given a half interest in the Circle 8 cattle herd by Concho Walker, the man who raised him. But death shows up on the trail, along with word that Walker, a man known for being abstemious, is on a drunk and likely to gamble away ownership of the Circle 8. In "Killer Come Home" Slim Considine, now called the Reno Kid, goes up against the grasping rancher Strickland King, who now has leased what was the Considine Ranch for its valuable water rights. In "A Gun for the Resurrection Kid" Doc Jeffrey and his sister encounter wounded bandit Johnny Starr on the trail.
Used availability for T T Flynn's The Resurrection Kid
November 2017 : USA Library Binding
October 2012 : USA Hardback