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He came from the American South, a gentleman by breeding, a dentist by training, a gambler by vocation. But as Dr. John H. Holliday, a man fleeing his tragic past, drifted across the West, living among some of the roughest men on the frontier, word spread quickly he never walked away from a fight, and he never drew too late.

Now, from Dodge City to Denver and Cheyenne, from boomtown to sinkholes, "Doc" Holliday was driven by the demons of his past, a skilled gambler and a seasoned mankiller - his name was known and feared long before the O.K. Corral. The story of a man who spoke softly and carried a lightning gun, this is Matt Braun's extraordinary chronicle of the West's most complex and legendary figure.

©1997 Matt Braun (P)2011 Macmillan Audio

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great story.

The story tell was very good and entertaining. However, I didn't like his rendition of big nose Kate's voice.

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interesting and entertaining

pretty good historical entertaining book. looking to see if there are others by the same author. performance was well the