Known as two of the best pistol fighters of their day, Ben Thompson and King Fisher have remained an enigma in the chronicles of the American West. While other gunfighters have achieved infamy through the stories told in pulp magazines and newspapers of the day these two men were largely ignored. Both were credited with killing a string of men during their lifetime and the mere mention of their names was usually enough to sober up a drunken opponent or cause a sober man to contemplate his own epitaph. The Texas Pistoleers tells their story in vivid detail and relates the historically accurate account of their deaths in a mystery shrouded ambush in a San Antonio saloon on a chilly March night in 1884.Meanwhile, back in Ellsworth, Billy was facing his own trial for the murder of Sheriff Whitney with Ben sending money for ... They expected a minimum of twenty years in prison, and could not understand the jurya#39;s stance that the shooting wasanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Texas Pistoleers|
|Publisher||:||G.R. Williamson - 2009|