The Doomsday Marshal and the Comancheros

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Doubleday, Dec 1, 1989 - Fiction - 183 pages
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Special federal marshal John Rye is a tough man -- he has to be if he wants to stay alive. That's why he doesn't discourage folks from calling him the "Doomsday Marshal". When Rye must rescue a Texas Ranger taken prisoner in Mexico by the notorious Hacho and his band of Comancheros, he realizes he may be facing his own doomsday sooner than he would like. First time in paperback.

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About the author (1989)

Ray Hogan was born in Willow Springs, Missouri but moved to New Mexico with his parents at the age of 5. Before he began his writing career, Hogan worked as a truck salesman, a bookkeeper and a tire store manager. Hogan took a correspondence journalism course as well as some English courses and began to write short stories for magazines in the U.S. as well as Germany and Czechoslovakia. He finally got his break into writing as a regular contributor to sports journals such as Field and Stream, Outdoor Life, Hunting and Fishing, and others. Hogan's first novel, Ex-Marshall, was published in 1956. In his thirty years as an author, Hogan has written 142 novels, 200 articles and 25 short stories.

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