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The Buckskin Line

Author: Elmer Kelton; Richard McGonagle
Publisher: New York, NY : Dove Entertainment, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In 1861, Rusty Shannon rides out from the family homestead to join a company of Texas volunteers dedicated to protecting settlers against Indian raids, but he carries a heavy burden. Twenty years ago his family was killed by a Comanche war party; now Mike Shannon, the only family Rusty has known, has been bushwhacked and murdered, and the father and brother of the woman he loves have been lynched. Yet Rusty is
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Elmer Kelton; Richard McGonagle
ISBN: 0787120057 9780787120054
OCLC Number: 607226959
Notes: Abridged.
Cast: Read by Richard McGonagle.
Description: 4 sound cassettes (ca. 360 min.) : analog, dolby processed.
Responsibility: Elmer Kelton.

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In 1861, Rusty Shannon rides out from the family homestead to join a company of Texas volunteers dedicated to protecting settlers against Indian raids, but he carries a heavy burden. Twenty years ago his family was killed by a Comanche war party; now Mike Shannon, the only family Rusty has known, has been bushwhacked and murdered, and the father and brother of the woman he loves have been lynched. Yet Rusty is determined to take up his adoptive father's work as a Texas.

Ranger even though his duties as a ranger conflict with his sense of justice.

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