I USED TO BE A TEXAS RANGER: Triumphs and Tribulations of an Old West Lawman

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Author House, Aug 10, 2011 - Fiction - 120 pages
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Ride with Buck Jones, as he is transformed from an Oklahoma farm boy who is orphaned when a tornado destroys the farm, and kills his parents. Follow him as he is raised by his aunt and uncle in San Antonio, Texas. Now a man, he joins his uncle as a deputy sheriff and meets his partner and friend, Jose. They become known as dos pistoleros.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
1
CHAPTER 2
7
CHAPTER 3
11
CHAPTER 4
15
CHAPTER 5
19
CHAPTER 6
22
CHAPTER 7
27
CHAPTER 8
34
CHAPTER 10
49
CHAPTER 11
52
CHAPTER 12
63
CHAPTER 13
67
CHAPTER 14
72
CHAPTER 15
81
CHAPTER 16
91
CHAPTER 17
97

CHAPTER 9
38

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About the author (2011)

Gossett lived and worked in Texas for thirty years. He traveled extensively throughout the state on business and pleasure. Though he now lives in Kenosha, Wisconsin, he maintains his memberships in the American Legion Post 2 and the Texas Library Association. His other books include THE SADDLE; OUTLAWS, RAILROADS, AND OIL WELLS; and WHO THE HELL ARE YOU? and coming soon, JOHN KING, BOUNTY HUNTER; TWO BROTHERS, A Tale of the Civil War and Brotherly Love; and THE SEEKER.

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