Rangers of the Lone Star: A Western Story
Rangers of the Lone Star is a first-person narrative by Russ Sittell, a United States deputy marshal on special assignment to assist Vaughn Steele in discovering the men behind the lawlessness and rustling rampant in Pecos County. On a stagecoach bound for the heart of Pecos County, Russ meets Colonel Granger Longstreth, his daughter Ray, and Ruth Herbert, Ray's flamboyant cousin. When Ray falls in love with Vaughn Steele, Colonel Longstreth finds himself severely compromised in his commitment to prevent the ranger from discovering his own ties to the band of rustlers.
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