In their early years, the Texas Rangers protected the settlers from
Mexicans and Indians along the river. As time passed, the Rangers
became lawmen, protecting Texas after the Civil War. Now, times are
changing and the Rangers must change with them. These men are known
as the new breed. In this fourth book in the Ranger Winds Series by
author E. Richard Womack, the Rangers still mourn the death of
Ranger Captain Laughlin McFarland, a legend and the fastest gun in
Texas. Captain Jones has been selected to replace McFarland, Dusty
McFarland and Boots Law have become Ranger Captains in Uvalde and
Abilene respectively, and Ryder McCoy has been assigned to
establish a new station in Fort Worth. Newfangled inventions, such
as one of the first horseless carriages in Texas, keep the men on
their toes-as do a gang of highwaymen and the Pinkerton detective
sent to catch them. Although new forensics and techniques have made
detection procedures more efficient and simple, there's still
plenty to keep the Rangers busy as murder, robberies, rustling, and
general mayhem still plague the West as they rush headlong into the
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||229 x 152 x 30mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Sewn / Cloth over boards / With dust jacket
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