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The Way Of The Coyote by Elmer Kelton

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Also by Elmer Kelton:

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Eyes Of The Hawk, February 2008
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The Day The Cowboys Quit, February 2008
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The Raiders, August 2007
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Lost Trails, May 2007
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Barbed Wire, April 2007
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Six Bits A Day, October 2006
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Sons Of Texas, June 2006
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Texas Vendetta, February 2005
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Llano River, September 2004
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Shadow Of A Star, February 2004
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Bowie's Mine, April 2003
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The Way Of The Coyote, November 2002
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Hanging Judge, June 2002
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Joe Pepper, May 2002
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Badger Boy, January 2002
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Captain's Rangers, August 1999
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The Time It Never Rained, May 1999
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The Good Old Boys, April 1999
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Texas Rifles, January 1998
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Hot Iron, January 1998
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Buffalo Wagons, November 1997
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The Pumpkin Rollers, April 1997
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The Way Of The Coyote
Elmer Kelton

Texas Rangers
Forge Books
November 2002
On Sale: November 18, 2002
Featuring: Rusty Shannon
272 pages
ISBN: 0812577515
EAN: 9780812577518
Mass Market Paperback
$5.99
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The Civil War has ended, and Union soldiers and federal officials have taken control of Texas as Rusty Shannon rides to his home on the Colorado River. As a child he was a captive of the Comanche, as a young man a proud member of a ranging company protecting settlers from Indian raids.

Shannon's fate is intertwined with the young man accompanying him: Andy Pickard, himself but recently rescued from Comanche captivity and known by his captors as Badger Boy. Texas is in turmoil, overrun with murderous outlaws, lawmen exacting penalties from suspected former Confederates, nightriders, and the ever-dangerous Comanche bands. In this tempestuous time and place, Rusty tries desperately to resume his prewar life. His friend Shanty, a freed slave, is burned out of his home by the Ku Klux Klan; his own homestead is confiscated by his special nemesis, the murderous Oldham brothers; and the son of a girl he once loved is kidnapped by Comanches.

Elmer Kelton, a master of novelist of the American West, literature, has crafted a satisfying and remarkably accurate tale of Texas life at the end of the Civil War.

Elmer Kelton, most honored of all Western writers, writes of the formative years of the Texas Rangers with the knowledge of a native Texan and the skill of a master storyteller. In Rusty Shannon, tough and smart--necessary survival attributes on the 1860s Texas frontier--Kelton has created one of the most memorable characters in modern Western fiction.

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