Just You, Me & the Governor #16

Diamonds and Spades (by Catherine Siemann & Hilary Murphy) A crossover with Highlander. Heyes and the Kid are in San Francisco to visit Silky, but they end up in an interesting poker game with a woman who is older than she looks. (22)

Silver Linings (by Cindy Carrier) The Kid is hurt, hungry and determined to give up on the amnesty and go back to Devil's Hole and the outlaw trail. Heyes not only has to keep him alive, but he has to find a way to change the Kid's mind. (37)

Blind Faith (by Pam Bazemore) While in Wyoming, the Kid is caught in an explosion and blinded. Heyes is there to help him, but it's a nurse who is finally able to break through the man's fear and anger. And then there's that persistent bounty hunter... (26)

Hide and Seek (by Drena Hills) In a small town, Heyes and Curry make a big impression on a young boy. That impression is only reinforced when Heyes saves the boy's life. (9)

The Bell's Toll (by Pamela J. Corsa) While hiding in Mexico, Heyes and Curry uncover a terrible secret. Young women are disappearing, and some of them are ending up dead. Can the two partners save the others in time? It'd be easier if the Kid hadn't been beaten within an inch of his life. (33)

Peacocks and Premonitions (by Lynn Gill) Heyes is having bad dreams, and what's he supposed to do when they start coming true? (7)

The Not-So-Silvery Tongue of Hannibal Heyes (by Kristi Nelson) Heyes steps over the line and the Kid decides to head out on his own. Heyes has a plan to get the Kid back, but if it fails, he's going to spend the next twenty years in prison. (9)

All I Want for Christmas (by Drena Hills) Heyes and Curry find themselves in a small mining town caught in the grips of a tragedy. Christmas is drawing near, and a young girl talks the partners into helping bring some cheer to the townsfolk. (26)

Filks by Kristi Nelson. Color covers by Fliss Davies and Linda Rendall. Internal art by Linda Rendall and Drena Hill.

184 pages. $10 for PDF version with color cover.


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