|Ranger's Law (2006) [Omnibus Volume]|
by Elmer Kelton
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Series: Texas Rangers
(From the publisher):
Written by the most honored Western writer of all time, Ranger's Law
presents three novels from Elmer Kelton's acclaimed saga of the formative years of the Texas Rangers.
In Ranger's Trail, set in the decade following the Civil War, young David "Rusty" Shannon hopes to join the "ranging companies" being formed to curb depredations by Indian bands and renegade outlaws. Waiting will give him time to find and kill the man who murdered Rusty's fiancée - but the trail Rusty is following may lead to the wrong man.
Texas Vendetta pairs Rusty Shannon, now a Ranger private, with Farley Brackett, a Civil War veteran, to deliver a prisoner, Jayce Landon, to a sheriff of a distant county. The mission won't be easy. Landon killed a member of a rival clan, and Rusty and his partner are riding into the middle of a blood feud.
In Jericho's Road, Ranger Andy Pickard, who as a child was taken captive by the Comanche and called "Badger Boy," is assigned to ride patrol on the Texas-Mexico border and finds his few miles along the Rio Grande in the center of a range war.
Two of the most recognizable Texas symbols - the Rangers and Elmer Kelton - come together in these unforgettable adventures in Ranger's Law.
Original title: Ranger's Law
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Law and Lawmen
Fiction→ Western→ Texas And Mexico
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