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The Whipsaw Trail book. Railroad detective Henry Guzman doesn't see it that way, and sets off with a posse hot on Buckner's trail-straight into renegade Indian territory.
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The Whipsaw Trail - Ray Hogan. After robbing money from the railroad that he feels is rightfully his, John Buckner leaves town with railroad detective Henry Guzman hot on his trail, but the trail he is following is leading him straight into renegade Indian territory. Published: Dec-1991 (Hardcover) May-1997 (Paperback).
Part of the Double D Western Series). Select Format: Hardcover. Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13: 9780385415958. Release Date: December 1991.
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