Pray for Texas

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Leisure Books, 2000 - Fiction - 262 pages
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Rule Cordell is one of a special breed of warriors spawned by the Civil War, an expert with a Colt .44. He travels to bloody Texas and joins the band of guerrillas led by the wild, charismatic Johnny Cat Carlson. He thinks he is fighting to bring freedom back to Texas, but Rule soon finds Johnny Cat and his men are just outlaws out for all they can get. Rule is ready to strike out on his own again, but the road to freedom will lead him to some hard choices and tough trouble.

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Cotton Smith has been a writer all his life. His unforgettable Western novels include "Spirit Rider, Brothers of the Gun, " and "Behold a Red Horse." He is also a Western historian, artist, horseman, and a featured author in "Westward, " an anthology commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Western Writers of America.

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