Man on the Border

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Berkley Books, 2004 - Fiction - 218 pages
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Young Billy Delisle has lit out on his own to make something of himself-determined to return home a man, so he can marry the girl he loves. He thinks he's struck gold when he lands a job as a border patrol agent for the U.S. government. When learns his partner Tuck Adler, he cannot believe his good luck. Adler is a renowned gunfighter on par with Wild Bill Hickok and the Earp brothers. He's a tough-as-nails, hard-drinking, womanizing Western legend-everything Bill isn't.

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