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Between Hell and Texasby Ralph W. Cotton
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Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack’s on the trail of a gang of bank robbers, a mission that’s led him right into the path of a raging wildfire. As the pines around him go up in flames, Burrack is determined to catch the murderous Cheyenne Kid and his gang and recover the money they stole. But Burrack isn’t the only one with a case against the Kid.
When Gilley Maclaine overhears the Cheyenne Kid reveal his plans to kill her, she swipes the money he promised her and gives him a swift kick on her way out the door. Burrack knows that robbing a robber is dangerous, and that the Kid won’t let Gilley’s betrayal go unpunished. Now he has to stick close to Gilley and hope that he can catch the outlaws before the wildfire catches him…
ONE MANS VENGEANCE
Years ago, Skye Fargo barely survived a scrap with an Apache called Red Knife. Now, Red Knife needs Fargos help to find the white men that raped and killed his daughter. The Army wants Fargo to do it so the Apaches will be pacified. But Red Knife wants blood, not justice—and the Trailsman soon finds himself caught between his orders and his old foes rage
ONE BAD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER
Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack is deep in Old Mexico, tracking two of the most heinous outlaws it’s ever been his bad luck to track. Hodding “Hot Aces” Siebert and Bobby Hugh Bellibar have nine bank robberies, three train hijackings, and more than a dozen payroll raids to their names. And they’ve left an undertaker’s fortune in dead bodies all along the border country. But there is no honor among thieves.
When the pair is caught in a tight spot, Bellibar turns on his old pal Siebert like a snake, sparking a blood feud that makes it even more dangerous for Burrack to bring them in—and nearly impossible for him to get out alive…
About the Author
Ralph Cotton has been an ironworker, second mate on a commercial barge, a teamster, a horse trainer, and a lay minister with the Lutheran church. Hes written six historical novels in the critically-acclaimed Jetson Nash series, one of which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. He lives in Corydon, Illinois.
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