Lawman : a Murphy western
"Living in semiretirement with Kai, his soon to be wife, Murphy is called back to action by his former boss, ex-President Grant. Writing his memoirs, Grant is about to embark on a cross-country speaking tour and wants Murphy to act as his private bodyguard. Murphy agrees and the tour starts without a hitch until they reach Washington DC. At a prominent university in the Washington area, a man suddenly stands in the middle of Grant's lecture, pulls a gun, screams "The South shall rise again," and attempts to assassinate Grant. Ever close at hand, Murphy kills the assassin before he can carry out his assassination plot. At first, President Chester Arthur and his special advisor William Burke treat the incident as the act of a bitter crazy man. Undaunted by the attempt on his life, Grant continues the tour westward with Murphy by his side. Shortly thereafter, the real motive for the assassination attempt is revealed when it is learned that the niece of the British Ambassador, a student at the University of Virginia, where the shooting took place, has been kidnapped and the ransom is a quarter of a million in gold"--
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|Location||Call Number /
|Lyons Public Library||West F Wol (Text)
Adult Western Fiction