by Larry McMurtry
Paperback, 196 pages, W W Norton & Co Inc, List Price: $14.95 |
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Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday move across the frontier from Long Grass, Texas, to Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in Denver.
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