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Bandits Along the Border
by James Graham


Bandits Along the Border is an exciting adventure that mixes love, law and traditional values. Jim is a man who discovers “bandits” abducting people along the border and using them as slave labor. The west Texas lawman, operating alone with the exception of an old friend, finds a way to bring the bandits to justice. Jim has hard choices to make between the woman he loves and the call of duty. Jim is a modern-day hero with Old West ethics and principles. He uses his wit and training to keep himself alive in a place where there is little law and the odds are against him.

Product Details

ISBN: 1-60610-366-0

# Pages: 107 pages

Dimensions: 6 x 9

Format: Softcover

Have you visited the Marathon Museum? The Marathon Museum is located at the corner of North Third and Avenue E, (on the Square) in the historic "Club House", originally the site of the First Schoolhouse in Buchel-Brewster County.

Marathon, Texas
Photographic Impressions of Marathon, Texas

Photo Albums:
~ The SchoolHouse
~ The Old Jail
~ Railroad Loading Pens
~ The Post: Pena Colorado
~ Buffalo Herd
~ Marathon Basin

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and at the Burnt Biscuit in Marathon.

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