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1 Hamilton, Donald The Retaliators (A Matt Helm Thriller #17)
Greenwich, Conn Fawcett Gold Medal 1976 0449135675 / 9780449135679 First Edition Mass Market Paperback Good 
Illustrated by Johnson, Gordon (cover)

221 pp. Paperback original, first edition. Spine a bit creased, rolled, a little edge wear and rubbing, green line across leading edge, letters stamped on bottom edge. Light yellowing but text is clean and unmarked. A solid copy.

#17 in the Matt Helm series.
"Matt Helm was unexpectedly rich and he didn't like it. The $20,000 that had been deposited in his account was a complete surprise. Very nice. Except Matt knew that someone was setting him up, making it look as though he was a traitor and getting a payoff. Someone who wanted Matt out of business.
"Suddenly, another secret agent with an unexplained surplus in his bank account was murdered. Matt figured he'd better track down his 'benefactors' before they retired him for good. "; 6" - 7" Tall
Price: 3.95 USD

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2 Hamilton, Donald The Two-Shoot Gun (original Title: The Man from Santa Clara)
New York Fawcett Gold Medal 1989 044913492X / 9780449134924 Reprint Edition Mass Market Paperback Very Good- 

Spine a bit rolled, light reading crease, some edge wear and rubbing, number stamped on top edge. Pages tanned but text is clean and unmarked. A nice copy.

Author of the Matt Helm series, Donald Hamilton here turns his attention to the American Old West.
"When Alexander Burdick headed into New Mexico Territory, he was trying to make a fresh start, but Burdick was a man trouble couldn't leave alone. In Santa Clara it came in the shape of Dan Justice, the rich and arrogant cattle rancher who ruled the valley. He shot first and asked questions later.
"Burdick was the first man to stand up to Justice - and live to talk about it. The townfolk called him their savior, but Burdick was no man's hero - and no man's fool. He made his own decisions every step of the way, even if it meant facing down a lynch mob alone and unguarded, with only his two-shoot gun."; 6" - 7" Tall
Price: 5.75 USD

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