Between Hell and Texas

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Signet, 2004 - Fiction - 304 pages
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HE CAN'T GO HOME AGAIN   After Cray Dawson helps bring down the Talbert Gang, he gains the reputation of a shootist. But Cray doesn't consider himself a gunfighter. All he wants to do is mosey on home to Somos Santos, Texas, and get back to chasing dogies.   Trouble is, Somos Santos has changed since Cray last walked its dusty streets. There's a new sheriff in town by the name of Lematte, and the only law he keeps is his own. With an army of vicious outlaws riding shotgun as deputies, Lematte has the town under his thumb--until Cray decides to make the most of his bad reputation...

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Review: Between Hell and Texas (Gunfighter's Reputation #2)

User Review  - Marilyn - Goodreads

Don't know how I got into this one. Think it was a gift and having nothing else around I read it. Good cowboy overcomes the bad ones. Read full review


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Ralph Cotton has been an ironworker, second mate on a commercial barge, a teamster, a horse trainer, and a lay minister with the Lutheran church. He’s written six historical novels in the critically-acclaimed Jetson Nash series, one of which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. He lives in Corydon, Illinois.

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