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  • 13 of 14 copies available at Missouri Evergreen.
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Montgomery City Public Library LP SCO (Text) 31927000015735 Adult Large Print Available -
Brookfield Public Library W SCO (Text) 32512909361046 Western Fiction Available -
Cameron Public Library WES SCO (Text) 32311111186803 Adult Western Available -
Doniphan-Ripley County Library LP W SCOTT (Text) 38421100671357 Large Print Western Available -
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Heartland Regional Library - Belle LP F SCO (Text) 35555001843848 Large Print Available -
Heartland Regional Library - Iberia LP F SCO (Text) 35555001843830 Large Print Available -
Heartland Regional Library - Vienna LP F SCO (Text) 35555001843822 Large Print Available -
Lebanon-Laclede County Library LgP WES Scott (Text) 3803509181 Large Print Fiction Available -
Lebanon-Laclede County Library LgP WES Scott (Text) 3803514606 OR Large Print Fiction Available -
Livingston County Library LP SCOTT (Text) 2601778334 Adult Large Print Available -
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Originally published in 1960.
Summary, etc.:
Walt Slade, ace lieutenant of the Texas Rangers, is the man most feared by the owlhoots and drygulchers of the old Texas Border. The sight of this tall lawman with the lightning-fast draw astride his great black horse, Shadow, symbolizes defense of the innocent and the end of reckless careers of lawlessness. Walt travels undercover, keeping his Ranger status a secret. To many, he is known as El Halcon and believed to be an owlhoot who is too good at what he does to be caught. One hour in San Antonio and Slade had: stopped a deadly attack, saved a beautiful girl's life, and left three men dead. Half an hour later, the three dead men had disappeared and Slade was marked for murder, the target for a dozen or more vicious gunslingers, not one of whom he knew by sight. Slade had only planned to stop in San Antonio for a few days of rest after finishing a job on the Pecos River. Now he won't leave town until he has cleaned out all the troublemakers and stopped the snake that leads them for good.
Subject: Texas Rangers > Fiction.
Undercover operations > Fiction.
Gunfighters > Fiction.
San Antonio (Tex.) > Fiction.
Genre: Large type books.
Western fiction.

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