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1967. Eagle Pass
1979. Phantom Trail

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Standish, Buck. 'Eagle Pass', First published in 1967 in Great Britain by John Gresham, in hardback with dustjacket, 160pp. No ISBN. Wholly readable acceptable to good condition 1st Edition hardcover with dustjacket (protected by plastic sleeve, unclipped). Ex-library. Price: £10.00, not including p&p, which is Amazon's standard charge (currently £2.75 for UK buyers, more for overseas customers)
1967, John Gresham
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    First published in 1967 in Great Britain by John Gresham, in hardback with dustjacket, 160pp. No ISBN. Original UK retail price: 11/6 net (11 shillings and sixpence)

Story: Eagle Pass lay enticingly close to the Mexican border. Outlaws and renegades fleeing Texas law went there, knowing they were beyond the reach of the local law, and could be over the line into Mexico if other lawmen came after them. Eagle Pass was ruled by five former outlaws and their sherriff was Bart McManus. Texas Rangers and all other lawmen had to be out of Egale Pass before sundown. That's how the town was run, and that's how it prospered-on outlaw money. Then a taffy-haired widow and her two children changed all that in one night, and in the weirdest desert gunfight in Western lore, ran uncomfortably near to death

 

Standish, Buck. 'Phantom Trail', published in 1979 by Robert Hale Ltd, hardback with dustjacket, 160pp, ISBN 0709175744. Condition:Good, clean ex-library hardcover 1st Edition (exceptionally scarce) with good condition dustjacket. Has withdrawn stamp, the odd faint mark and the remains of the issue slip in the back and front of the book. Previous owner's name is just inside the cover. Overall a very decent copy. Price:£15.75, not including p&p (which is Amazon's standard charge (currently £2.75 for UK buyers, more for overseas customers)
1979, Robert Hale
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    First published in 1979 in Great Britain by Robert Hale Ltd, in hardback with dustjacket, 160pp, ISBN 0709175744 . Original UK retail price: £3.60 net

Story: When Marie Hamblin went to the low desert to see the father she had not known since childhood, she knew he was a parish priest at a town called Fort Triumph, but she had no idea there was a beautiful woman named Olivia in his life. Nor did she have any idea how deadly the aroused men of that cow country could become over a raid by Mexican border-jumpers, until she was facing a crowd of them with a gun in her hand-frightened half to death. Nor, finally, did she expect to find a man like John Dennison down there; maybe finding John made up for all the rest of it!


 



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