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Praise

“Knott . . . adds a new wrinkle here with a damn fine mystery running parallel to the western story. . . . Fine reading for western fans.” —Booklist
 
“This is the most satisfying of Knott’s Cole-Hitch tales, with a shocking double-twist ending.” —The Sacramento Bee
 
“Westerns need atmosphere as much as story, and Knott has a knack for six-gun verisimilitude, sketching the land and summer heat, the horses and the shopkeepers. Knott’s especially good with the prototypical Old West marshal, Virgil Cole, ‘perfectly present in the here and now,’ every inch stoic lawman. . . . His tale gallops along without confusing readers new to the series . . . A darn good way to pass an afternoon.” —Kirkus Reviews

PRAISE FOR ROBERT B. PARKER’S WESTERNS

“Knott’s third shot at re-creating the Cole-Hitch partnership is by far the
best….There is also a very clever mystery mixed in, and the Seraphine subplot adds a Twilight Zone finish to an extraordinarily entertaining novel.”—Booklist
 
“Fans of the late Robert B. Parker’s best-selling novels about territorial marshals Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch will be delighted to discover a new adventure written by famed author Robert Knott, who also penned the earlier series entry Ironhorse. In The Bridge, the duo investigates a strange disappearance and gets some unlikely help from a fortune teller.”—Cowboys and Indians Magazine
 
“Rapid-fire dialogue and quick-paced action…a must read.” —Historical Novels Review
 
“For fans of the late Parker, this book is a refreshing reunion with these cowboy characters who choose their words and situations most carefully…much to enjoy.”—Deseret News

“Knott has no trouble cooking up larger-than-life characters to populate the books.”
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
 
“A welcome second edition to the return of these delightful western characters.”
The Oklahoman
 
“Clever detective work and considerable shooting…it reads lightning fast…suspenseful.”
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