Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2006.
First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good in a Near Fine dust jacket. First printing. xi, 528 pp, with frontispiece, illustrations, index. Boards soiled (looks like something splashed on them), contents clean and sound. Dust jacket has slight shelf wear. "He was a study in contrasts; the legendary gunslinger who made his living as a dentist; the emaciated consumptive whose very name struck fear in the hearts of his enemies; the degenerate gambler and alcoholic whose fierce loyalty to his friends compelled him, more than once, to risk his own life; the sidekick whose near-mythic status has come to rival that of the West's greatest heroes... Doc Holliday remains an enigma, a legend in the moral contradictions of life on the late-nineteenth-century frontier" (dust jacket).