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Book Information: Sagebrush Sleuth

Sagebrush Sleuth (1965) [Novel]
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Summary (From the publisher):

Things were bad in Arizona when the Rangers were formed. Killers, hold-up gangs, and rustlers were overrunning the state and getting away with it - due to the fact that there were no real lawmen to bring them to justice.

So when cattleboss Bertram Mosehan decided to form the Rangers, he was looking for a special breed of man.

Tough. Tenacious. Incorruptible. And handy with a gun.

Two Texans seemed to fit the bill prefectly. One of them looked like a dude, but no one was fooled. No one, that is, who knew his name to be Doc Leroy. The other was a young cowboy who wore his guns in a way significant to anyone who knew a fast and dangerous gunfighter when he saw one. Waco was his name.

Original title: Sagebrush Sleuth
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionWesternLaw and Lawmen

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