5 edition of Night marshal found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3515.O4448 N54 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||258 p. (large print) ;|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||00049883|
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Night Marshal is a very fun, intriguing, fantasy novel with lots of creativity and imagination. The plot is great with surprise revelations and twists. The characters are well developed and the dialogue is humorous, witty, and creative.4/4(25).
out of 5 stars The Snakes Crawl at Night Reviewed in the United States on To be the "Night Marshal" meant you worked the worst shift of them all--walking the streets past the gambling hells, the saloons, and the other undesirable establishments in town when the 5/5(1).
Night Marshal is a very fun, intriguing, fantasy novel with lots of creativity and imagination. The plot is great with surprise revelations and twists. The characters are well developed and the dialogue is humorous, witty, and creative.4/5(26). Night Marshal book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Vampires in the Old West!Jack Talon, a former US Marshal and infamo /5(9). NIGHT MARSHAL: A TALE OF THE UNDEAD WEST. by Gary Jonas. Vampires in the Old West. Jack Talon, a former US Marshal and infamous gunslinger, is dying of tuberculosis when he arrives in Silver Plume, Colorado with his lovely wife, Sonya.
He just wants to do a bit of gambling and get on with the business of dying/5(14). Marshall's unique position allowed him to write an authoritative account of the Paratroopers operations in Normandy.
This reads like it was taken from his offical military records, so there is detail. The first part of the book is the 82nd, and the second part is the st/5(17). Set in the 12th century, it tells the story of William Marshall, a young knight who rose to be the greatest knight on the tourney circuit and the favorite of Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Chadwick paints a vivid picture of a man who took advantage of every opportunity and, /5. Night Marshal A Tale of the Undead West, Volume 1 By: Gary Jonas.
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Night marshal. [L P Holmes] -- Ute Street was lined with saloons, dead-falls, cribs, and crooked gambling joints. There were a dozen fights each night, beatings, and sometimes a murder. This was the street Chris Waddell had to.
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At this time, we are moving forward in preparation of our Marshall-Putnam Fair scheduled for July th. The Knight Marshal is a former office in the British Royal Household established by King Henry III in The position later became a Deputy to the Earl Marshal from the reign of Henry VIII until the office was abolished in The Knight Marshal and his men were responsible for maintaining order within the King's Court (Court of Marshalsea or Palace Court) which was abolished in COVID Resources.
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The term ‘medieval biography’ doesn’t necessarily conjure up a lot of excitement among the general book-loving population. But it really should. This blood, guts, gore and gallantry romp through medieval history, following the great knight William Marshall is way more fun than it should be.
New York Post/5(3). about this book: Night Marshal is a vampire western. Jack Talon, an infamous gunslinger and former US marshal arrives in a small Colorado mining town in the old west and must face off against a vampire.
This action-packed novella is the first in a series I created as a shared character. I had other writers pen sequels to this story. This book is unique compared to Catherine Marshall's other books; this one was published after her death, a collaborative effort from her husband, Len LeSourd, who uses written/recorded material from Catherine herself, and other viewpoints are collected from friends and family.4/5.
Night Marshal by L. Holmes Be the first to review this item This series combines the three most popular genres in Large Print -- mystery, romance and western. William Marshal – The Greatest Knight that ever lived. His early life, rise to power and relationship with Ireland. As I my research for my future visit to explore The Norman Way Heritage Trail in County Wexford, in the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East, I found myself becoming reacquainted with an old acquaintance, who’s name and exploits occupied many of my days in University in Wales.
High Plains Moon has something for everyone: The old West, American Indian mythology, werewolves, vampires, land wars, and even a little romance. Funny, fast-moving, and building to a climactic finish, High Plains Moon is a worthy and satisfying second novel in the acclaimed Night Marshal series.5/5(4).William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke ( or – 14 May ), also called William the Marshal (Norman French: Williame li Mareschal, French: Guillaume le Maréchal), was an Anglo-Norman soldier and statesman.
He served five English kings – Henry II, his sons the "Young King" Henry, Richard I, John, and John's son Henry III. Knighted inhe spent his younger years as a knight Buried: Temple Church, London.Night Marshal. A Tale of the Undead West, Volume 1.
By: Do not waste a credit on a 3 hour book that offers nothing new. It has good "guy" vs bad guy and a gun fight. Bad guy causes havoc and the town needs a savior. Jack Talon is a carbon copy of Doc Holiday.