The borderland of Rio Grande was ruled by the strongest, most daring and brutal. It was equally bad on both sides of the border – but in Mexico, the life of a gringo — was worth nothing.
When Jesse Rawlins crossed the river representing the border, he bitterly acknowledged that the revolver, the shotgun and the derringer would be the only friends he could trust…
- Life’s cheap in El Paso
- Black sombrero
- …Worse than dead
159 pages — 4 parts