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The Rustlers of Pecos County

Zane Grey

Book Overview: 

The town of Linrock, located in Pecos Couty is south Texas has fallen under the control of a gang of rustlers. Two Texas Lone Star Rangers are sent to Linrock to clean up the town .They soon fall in love with two girls who may be related to the leader of the gang of rustlers.There seems to be no good choice for these two dedicated lawmen.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .For one instant it flashed through my mind to tell Sally who I was, what my errand was, after the truth. But the secret was not mine to tell. And I kept my pledges.

The hopeful glow left Sally's face. Her disappointment seemed keen. Then a little scorn of certainty was the bitterest of all for me to bear.

"That's too much to promise all at once," I protested lamely, and I knew I would have done better to keep silence.

"Russ, a promise like that is nothing—if a man loves a girl," she retorted. "Don't make any more love to me, please, unless you want me to laugh at you. And don't feel such terrible trouble if you happen to see me flirting occasionally."

She ended with a little mocking laugh. That was the perverse side of her, the cat using her claws. I tried not to be angry, but failed.

"All right. I'll take my medicine," I replied bitterly. "I'll certainly never make love to you again. And I'll stand it if I happen to see . . . Read More

Community Reviews

This is a typical Western with shootouts and definite good and bad characters. There is however so ambiguity in the leader of the rustlers who is apparently the father of the heroine of the novel (or one of the heroines). The tale is narrated by an undercover Texas Ranger who is working in cooperati

This was interesting. It's my first stab at Zane Grey and I'm going to have to read more as this as apparently an unpublished in his lifetime draft and might not be indicative of his other work. That being said it was good. I was surprised how he kept the focus on the interpersonal and romantic tens

This book was a little bit different from other books I’ve read so far, the romance was a big factor in the story, and the long description was missing. I liked the humor but wished the point of view was told by both Russ and Steel, I wanted more Steel scenes. I love my romance and I love a big dose

Not your average western

Not a bad story, very heavy on the love angle, full of mush, but the actual action just like average western.

Good character development as in all of Zane Grey's books. I liked the theme of redemption. As always, there is plenty of romance and good triumphing over evil in the romantic relationships.

The Texas Rangers do it again

I really like Zane Grey’s stories about the rangers. The tend to be supermen at times, but that’s why I read westerns, for escapist fantasy about cowboy heroes

Nice western

Nice western describing the role of rangers on the early Texas frontier. Vibrant characters. Another great read from a skilled author.

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