Until Darkness Disappears
After the wars with the Comanches and Kiowas had faded into history, Major Jim Gary accomplished the work of preparing former white and Indian captives for return to their own societies. He is then promoted to the rank of colonel and sent as special envoy for President Roosevelt to Laredo, Texas, to investigate raids by the Mexican revolutionary bandit Pedro Vargas -- El Jefe. El Jefe has been arrested in New Orleans by Texas Ranger Guthrie McCabe, and brought back to Laredo, only to escape. Old friends Gary and McCabe are reunited in what promises to be a dramatic clash of arms.
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