A Texas Ranger

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The Floating Press, Jun 1, 2011 - Fiction
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A study in contradictions, prolific writer of Western novels William MacLeod Raine was born in England but relocated to a remote cattle ranch on the Texas border ten years later. Pairing his academic studies in literature and journalism with his real-world experience on the range, MacLeod produced a series of beloved novels chronicling the bravery and courage of Western heroes from every walk of life, including the intrepid lawman referred to in the title of A Texas Ranger.
 

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Contents

Foreword to Ye Gentle Reader
5
PART I
6
Chapter I A Desert Meeting
7
Chapter II Lieutenant Fraser Interferes
23
Chapter III A Discovery
34
Chapter IV Lost
43
Chapter V Larry Neill to the Rescue
51
Chapter VI Somebodys Acting Mighty Foolish
61
Chapter III Into Lost Valley
147
Chapter IV The Warning of Mantrap Gulch
166
Chapter V Jed Briscoe Takes a Hand
171
Chapter VI A Sure Enough Wolf
187
Chapter VII The RoundUp
196
Chapter VIII The Broncho Busters
202
Chapter IX A Shot from Bald Knob
212
Chapter X Doc Lee
222

Chapter VII Enter Mr Dunke
71
Chapter VIII Would You Worry About Me?
80
Chapter IX Down the Jackrabbit Shaft
89
Chapter X In a Tunnel of the Mal Pais
97
Chapter XI The Southerner Takes a Risk
108
Chapter XII Exit Dunke
117
Chapter XIII Steve Offers Congratulations
121
PART II
126
Chapter I In the Fire Zone
127
Chapter II A Compact
138
Chapter XI The Fat in the Fire
230
Chapter XII The Dance
247
Chapter XIII The Wolf Howls
257
Chapter XIV Howard Explains
268
Chapter XV The Texan Pays a Visit
276
Chapter XVI The Wolf Bites
283
Chapter XVII On the Road to Gimlet Butte
293
Chapter XVIII A Witness in Rebuttal
299
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