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Rio Grande Riptide by  Roe Richmond - Paperback - 1984 - from Odds and Ends Shop and

Rio Grande Riptide

by Richmond, Roe

Condition: As New

Leisure Books. As New. 1984. Paperback. The spine is not creased from reading. The only sign that the book has been read is a slight twisting of the spine from front to back. The pages are clean, no soiling or tears. The binding and pages are tight. There is a faint letter and month stamp on the top page edge. ; The Lashtrow Series; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 192 pages; Lash Lashtrow was the Texas Ranger's fastest and most deadly gun. It fell to him to investigate a series of brutal murders of Mexican women -killings somehow tied to a rash of holdups and cattle rustling along the border. He quickly narrowed the field of suspects to the Iselin brothers, a p[air of hired killers. But whose payroll were they on? And why the seemingly random slayings? Along with sidekicks Rusty Bouchard and young Chico Canitas, Lashtrow trailed the murderers, hoping they would lead him to the mind behind the crimes. They did -and Lashtrow found himself up against the most deadly enemy he had ever encountered. Will combine shipping on more than one book. .


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