Bandido Caballero

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Berkley Books, 1997 - Fiction - 292 pages
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Once a rebel spy, Tom Fallon is now a hired gun for the government, stealing shipments of gold from the French to help the cause of Benito Juarez in Mexico. No one knows his name. No one knows where he came from. But he's becoming a legend on both sides of the border--as the mysterious gunslinger Bandido Caballero.

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Jack Ballas served in the U.S. Navy for 22 years, and received 12 battle stars for his service. In his younger days, he ran a honky-tonk saloon in the South (with the help of a 12-gauge shotgun), rode the rails, and found himself lost deep in the Everglades. He was taken in by a band of Seminole Indians, whom he credits with saving his life. Ballas now makes his home in Fort Worth, Texas.

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