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BOB ALEXANDER. Bad Company and Burnt Powder: Justice and Injustice in the Old Southwest

BOB ALEXANDER. Bad Company and Burnt Powder: Justice and Injustice in the Old Southwest. University of North Texas Press. Hardcover, 439 pages, $32.95, UNTPress.unt.edu.

Bob Alexander’s easy-going approach and anecdotal asides make this a must read for anyone intending to write about Texas Rangers and

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BOB ALEXANDER. Riding Lucifer’s Line: Ranger Deaths along the Texas-Mexico Border

BOB ALEXANDER. Riding Lucifer’s Line: Ranger Deaths along the Texas-Mexico Border. University of North Texas Press. Hardcover, 464 pages, $29.95, www.untpress.unt.edu.

Borders have always been dangerous, but maybe never one so much as the Texas-Mexico border. This fluctuating border has been the scene of many

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VIRGIL ALEXANDER. The Baleful Owl

VIRGIL ALEXANDER. The Baleful Owl. Oak Tree Books. 291 pages; trade paperback, ebook, $16.95, $2.99, oaktreebooks.com.

Murder at an archaeological dig in the Pinal Mountains draws San Carlos Tribal Policeman Al Victor and Graham County deputies Bren Allred and Manny Sanchez to

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VIRGIL ALEXANDER. The Wham Curse

VIRGIL ALEXANDER. The Wham Curse, Outskirts Press, 312 pages, $18.95, Trade Paperback, Nook, Amazon, iBook.

In the rugged ranch country of eastern Arizona, Graham County Deputy Branden Allred and San Carlos Tribal Police Officer Allen Victor are investigating the death of a young

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WILLIAM ALTIMARI. Rider in the Rain

WILLIAM ALTIMARI. Rider in the Rain. Virtualbookworm.com Publishing (January 29, 2014). Hardcover ($22.95), softcover ($14.95), 314 pages. Also available in Kindle ($4.99) & Nook ($4.99). Virtualbookworm.com

Since the late 1870s, travelers coming out of Mexico have whispered of Mateo Madero, the captain

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FEDORA AMIS. Jack the Ripper in St. Louis

FEDORA AMIS. Jack the Ripper in St. Louis. Five Star Publishing. Hardcover, 287 pages, $25.95, gale.cengage.com/fivestar

Winner of the Mayhaven Award for Fiction and a St. Louis Post-Dispatch bestseller, Jack the Ripper in St. Louis follows the real ripper a decade after

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FEDORA AMIS. Mayhem at Buffalo Bill’s Wild West

FEDORA AMIS. Mayhem at Buffalo Bill’s Wild West. Five Star Publishing. Hardcover, 287 pages, $25.95, gale.cengage.com/fivestar

Annie Oakley in the spotlight, Scott Joplin at the piano, Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show in town — who could ask for more adventure in 1898

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JACK A. ANDERSON. Sutter’s Gold

JACK A. ANDERSON. Sutter’s Gold. Self published.

Danny Johnston felt nothing but pride as he rode into Waco to join up with confederacy. What he got instead was an eight-year prison sentence for a killing he didn’t commit. He left Huntsville with one goal in mind,

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JACK A. ANDERSON. Wooden Nickels: 5 Tall Tales in Short Story form

JACK A. ANDERSON. Wooden Nickels: 5 Tall Tales in Short Story form. Self-Published.

The five stories included in this book are of the Old and New West. There is action, romance, humor and adventure.

ART ANTHONY. Return To Sulphur River

ART ANTHONY. Return To Sulphur River. Tate Publishing. Paperback, 255 pages, $15, tatepublishing.com.

Two young men from Northeast Texas meet in the confederate army at the end of the Civil War, become friends and return home wanting to work their land and

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