visión de conjunto:Críticas Dead Man's Walk is a very good read . . . [It] will keep you reading [and] make you miss meals. --Seattle TimesMcMurtry remains a good storyteller and he remains a master of dialogue doing a sort of frontier version of Oscar Wilde.--Washington Post Book WorldGee-haw! Larry McMurtry is back in the yarn-slinging business--with a vengeance. . . . Readers will gobble up Dead Man's Walk--a wild and wooly read--from cover to cover.--Denver PostDead Man's Walk. . . succeeds marvelously . . . resurrecting two brilliantly conceived characters and delivering a rousing tale of the Wild West.--Michael Berry San Francisco ChronicleMcMurtry does great characters. Call and McCrae are real lifelike believable and lovable. . . . McMurtry's stories are brimming with passion and page-turning excitement. . . It's good good stuff.--Kansas City StarIn Dead Man's Walk McMurtry uses a simple wry immensely accessible storyteller's voice to ponder the same questions that Melville and Conrad did. This is a great book. . . . Larry McMurtry at his best here is one of the finest American novelists ever. We are lucky he's around.--John Milius Los Angeles Times Reseña del editor Struggling with the harsh frontier as young Texas Rangers Gus and Call share life-changing adventures with deadly natural disasters incompetent officers cunning Native American warriors and romance. Reprint. TV tie-in. Biografía del autor Larry McMurtry is the author of twenty-nine novels including the Pulitzer Prize-winning Lonesome Dove three memoirs two collections of essays and more than thirty screenplays. He lives in Archer City Texas.