SHADOW ON THE BORDER by George Apell

SHADOW ON THE BORDER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Ross Ringler, 44, begins his downgrade when he is suspected of being part of a stagecoach robbery and distrust and rejection follow him when he cannot reveal his secret mission in Mexico for the Army during the Spanish-American war. Embittered he hires out to the Cattlemen's Protective to drive out homesteaders, is caught and tried for a triple murder of which he is innocent and, helped in a Jall break, gets a chance to turn in the real killer and thereby earn his freedom. Rough and realistic.

Pub Date: June 13th, 1957
Publisher: Ballantine