The Barkeep

Author: William Lashner
ISBN: 9781612181950
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"Justin Chase is the perfect barkeep, tending bar as he lives his life, in a state of Zen serenity.

The Outcasts

Author: Kathleen Kent
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1472207904
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“Yes. I. found. him. He's. dead.” The barkeep exhaled through his teeth. He set
two glasses on the bar and poured whiskey for both of them. Nate emptied the
glass and gestured to the rifle. “Would you be willing to trade this for that gold
coin? I don't know how much the coin is worth, but this gun is easily worth a
thousand dollars.

Riding The Vengeance Trail

Author: Jack Martin
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd
ISBN: 0719821339
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'Can I help you?' the barkeep asked, his eyes wandering over the heavily armed
newcomer. Tabor looked at the man, smiled. 'Little too early for me,' he said. '
Then what you come in here for?' The barkeep worried the side of his mouth with
his tongue and then spat a lump of gristle, left over from his last meal, onto the
counter. Again Tabor smiled, said, 'For the company I guess.' The barkeep
frowned, produced a half smoked cigar from behind one ear and placed it
between his teeth.

The Wind Is Rising

Author: Lawrence Kelleher
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595293875
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As they both approached the front door of the pub, Francis said to Con, “I don't
think it's wise fer'us both, to enter the pub through the front door, therefore I will go
around the back of the pub and holler for the barkeep. When he comes out, I will
kill him. Ye'then can walk into the pub and see about ordering two beers.” He
continued, “Now there of coarse, won't be any barkeep, as he will be dead, and
so I suggest that ye'ask one of the patrons, if he would mind, pulling two beers fer'

Buried In Angst

Author: David J. Pedersen
Publisher: David Pedersen
ISBN: 1484861892
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the barkeep said, thumbing toward the soldier sprawled on the dirty floor. "I'll take
him with me when I leave," Tarness offered. "Thanks... What is it you want, exactly
?" "A drink would be good," Tarness suggested, "and then maybe we can start
over." The barkeep slapped a large mug of mead in front of Tarness. He downed
the entire glass and waited for a refill before speaking. The barkeep hesitated,
but only until Tarness flipped a coin onto the bar. "Is that why you're here?" the
skinny ...

Riders On The Wind

Author: Victor H Royer
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1483539245
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The barkeep grabbed the glass and was ready to pour in it the stuff from the
bottle he was holding, when Smith interrupted him. “Not that stuff,” he said. “The
same as Boston Bob has,” he added, sounding deliberate. The barkeep perked
up. “You know the Boss?” he asked. “We got business together,” said Smith,
slowly. “Well, Okay, then,” said the barkeep more lively, as he grabbed a different
bottle from behind the counter on the back shelf, and brought it forward. That one
actually ...

Knees Up Mother Earth

Author: Robert Rankin
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0575088184
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'Yes,' said the barkeep. 'You see, I've always had a problem with the accuracy of
the New Testament. The trial of Jesus, for instance. You see, nothing that is
written in the New Testament explains why he was crucified. Crucifixion was a
punishment reserved for only the most heinous crimes. Jesus might have been
considered a bit of a troublemaker, but he wasn't a revolutionary proper and so
he shouldn't have been crucified.' 'He had to fulfil prophecy,' said Big Bob, 'that
the Son of ...

The Coyote Tracker

Author: Larry D. Sweazy
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101610654
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“Tough enough to do away with a stick of a man like you, killer or no killer,” the
barkeep said. “I'm not a killer.” “You think I'm so stupid I can't read? Even ifI can't, I
can listen. You've killed two men in the last few months. How many men you kill
before that, all in the name ofkeepin' the peace? Law's on your side, or so's you
think.” The barkeep was most certainly aware of who Josiah was and of the
incident with Feders and the bounty hunter, Leathers, that Cortina had sent to

Slocum 369

Author: Jake Logan
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101148990
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The barkeep stepped back and raised his hands. “I was just spoutin' off. I don't
know for certain that Trick is dead or otherwise.” Cocking his head a bit, Slocum
added, “Or maybe you'd send word out to this Slocum fella to let him know I'm
coming for him. You might think that'll earn you a pretty penny?” “I don't know
where he is,” the barkeep whined as he waved his hands. “I was just talkin'!” “
How about you forget we had this little talk?” “Fine! I don't care. If I can help, I'll
help. All I want ...