Ride for Rule Cordell

Cotton Smith’s Ride for Rule Cordell rings with the clash of justice against Texas’s greatest land grab.

England’s Lady Holt orders her gunslicks to kill the hold-out ranchers, while she buys off the governor and plans to replace the Texas Rangers with her henchmen. Though stubborn Ranger John Checker and poetic partner A.J. Bartlett get unexpected help from former savvy outlaw Rule Cordell, can the three still destroy that larcenous lady? As Bartlett’s misquoted Tennyson says: “Theirs is but to do or die!”

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