The Outlaw Trail

Jason Manning

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THE INFAMOUS SAM BASS.

Outlaw Sam Bass was one of the largest legends of the Old West-an orphan turned career criminal who managed to elude Pinkerton detectives, federal marshals, and a special task force of manhunters led by Captain June Peak. But with his last breaths Sam told one man the real story of his life: a tale of dreams and dashed hopes, and how a good man ended up on the wrong side of law, and now lay dying with a bullet in the back ...

BOUND FOR TEXAS. BOUND FOR BLOOD.

Young Sam Bass lit out for Texas with visions of a cowboy's life dancing in his head. Honest hard work got the Midwestern farm boy on a real life cattle drive to Dodge City. But soon Sam made a fatal choice, and found himself in Deadwood, South Dakota, a place that could turn even the best men bad. Once Sam Bass picked up a gun and robbed a stagecoach, there was no turning back. The law wanted him dead, fate wanted him in Texas, and the outlaw trail waited in between.

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Jason Manning

Jason Manning is the author of numerous frontier novels. A member of SHEAR, the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic, he has a master's degree from Stephen F. Austin State University, specializing in the early national and antebellum periods of American history. He is also an advocate for the protection and recovery of wolves and other endangered species in the United States. He and his family live in the historic town of Nacogdoches, Texas.

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The Outlaw Trail
Jason Manning

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St. Martin's Paperbacks
October 2000
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ISBN: 9781466827400
ISBN10: 1466827408
240 pages
$7.99
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