Rawhiders of the Brasada

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Wheeler Pub., 2006 - Fiction - 233 pages
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When "Mad" Madigan rode to his native Texas, last of a hell-raisin' family that folks in the Brasada had thought they had successfully destroyed, he didn't come alone. He came in siding a band of rawhiders. Now rawhiders were a strange lot of roving free-loaders. They camped where they wanted on the unfenced rangeland, rustled enough for their own needs, worked only when they had to, and kept their own secret code.

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