Mark Dugan (Northern Illinois University Press, $22.95)
Mark Dugan (Northern Illinois University Press, $22.95)

Thank God—a book that looks past Tombstone to share the exploits of the West!

Respected historian Dugan tells the story of a small-time Midwestern crook, forgotten to history.  Rande (an alias) was a head case who enjoyed killing lawmen, and he did more than his share. It’s a fascinating story—including the hard case’s end, either suicide or some jailhouse justice. Rande wasn’t brilliant, a bandit or notorious, but he was very deadly.

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