Flint's HonorPaperback - 2001
Sam Flint knew he'd made a big mistake the minute be pulled into Silver City. He'd heard the city was two miles long, and three yards wide, and that wasn't far from the truth. Built high up in a tight valley, there wasn't a foot of space to be bought or bartered, and the few rooms there were had already been triple-rented.
It was a fool's errand, but the journeyman editor and printer felt an honest journalist had to take on the Silver City Democrat, a second-rate newspaper run by a corrupt editor.
An honest journalist, Sam Flint strongly believes it is his duty to take on the lies of the Democrat, but how can he launch his own paper when the whole town is in his rival's pocket?