Miracle of the Jacal
Elfego Baca was a young lawman -- but he already had a reputation. He was known to be good with a gun. Very good. And he was known to never back down, especially if he was fighting for something he believed in. This reputation spread far and wide throughout his home territory of New Mexico. Sometimes it worked in his favor, sometimes it worked against him. But there would come a day when his reputation would not only be tested, but expanded -- a day when young Elfego would have to prove just how good with a gun he really was . . . and how brave. It would be a day when he would have to do the impossible and live through it. People would talk about that day for a long time afterward. In fact, they're still talking about the . . .
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A novel based on the life of the real Elfego Baca who was a lawman and politician in New Mexico in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. Read full review