This is Jericho's Road. Take the Other.
When the young Texas Ranger Andy Pickard is assigned to the Texas-Mexico border he learns the meaning of this ominous notice on the edge of a great tract of ranch land above the Rio Grande. It is Jericho Jackson's country and Jackson is at war with a similarly ruthless cattle baron on the Mexican side of the river, Guadalupe Chavez.
The two men are rustling each others' cattle, raiding and killing on both sides of the border, and heading for a bloody showdown-with the Texas Rangers standing between them.
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The Texas War for Independence is long past, but in the brush country between the Nueces River and the Rio Grande, Texans and Mexicans continue to battle over borderlands. Enter young Texas Ranger ... Read full review
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