The Rustlers of Pecos County

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Men called it Texas. Women and children called it hell. Outnumbered a thousand to one, the Texas Rangers were pledged to bring law and order to the state. Ranger Vaughn Steel vowed to clean up the deadliest county in the state and wipe out The Rustlers Of Pecos County. A classic western by one of America's master storytellers.

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charles

Feb 23, 2020

Texas Rangers Ride

Written early in his career, and in first person, this story about the Texas Rangers is typical "western" material. Having said that, I by no means mean this is inferior stuff, but you can see, if you are a devotee of Zane Grey that this book was a model for many of the more famous works that came later, making him famous. Many of his books are interconnected with scenes and prologues that are in other stories--provided you have read them all, and have a good memory. The one thing Zane Grey did not do well, in my opinion, is tell a fiction story well in 1st person. His fishing books, and camp and trail books are superbly told this way, but his fiction lacks something when he uses this literary device. This is still a good enough book to buy and read, so if you don't have it, get it, and enjoy.

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