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From the PublisherPraise for the Texas Rangers series:
"As always, Mr. Kelton's history is accurate and his characters clearly drawn and believable."—The Dallas Morning News on Jericho's Road
"Once again, Kelton offers and exciting tale in which the bad guys are really bad and some of the good guys are, too. His characters are sharly defined, the historical background is vivid and the gunplay can't be beat." —Publishers Weekly on Jericho's Road
"Kelton creates a story rich in historical context, character development and action."
—The Houston Chronicle on Texas Vendetta
"Storytelling as ripe as a bank ripe for robbing. Its quietly knifelike sentences will skin you alive."—Kirkus Reviews on Texas Vendetta
"Kelton...expands on his reputation with a thoughtful, realistic portrayal of the West in which carefully drawn characters — not gunplay — drive the action. If there's an heir to the Louis L'Amour legacy, it's Kelton."— Booklist on Ranger's Trail
"Kelton again lives up to his reputation as one of the finest and most prolific of today's Western authors." —The Abilene Reporter News on The Way of the Coyote
"Award-winning writer Elmer Kelton—a star in the shrinking Western genre— totes you effortlessly to the post-Civil War Texas frontier, where white settlers were just learning to live with freed slaves, Comanches and each other. . . . His characters, like Shannon, make mistakes, are far from perfect and take life in stride."—The New York Post on Badger Boy
"Elmer Kelton writes of early Texas with unerring authority. His knowledge of the state's history is complete, too-drawn from the lives of real people. . . . The fate of Texas is at hand, and Kelton will have readers eager to find out what happens."
—Fort Worth Star-Telegram on The Buckskin Line