In Ten Deadly Texans, Lawrence Yadon, Don Anderson and Robert Barr Smith discuss the meanest hombres to encounter Rangers. Among them are Cullen Baker, John Wesley Hardin, Wild Bill Longley, Deacon Jim Miller and Sam Bass. Their colorful stories are aided by a chronology of crime and a gazetteer of outlaw hideouts.
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