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Outlaw Tales of New Mexico: True Stories of New Mexico's Most Famous Robbers, Rustlers, and Bandits

2.88 of 5 stars 2.88  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  1 review
New Mexico is the home (and final resting place) of some of the frontier's baddest dudes.
Read about Black Jack Ketchum, who robbed trains, banks and stagecoaches around turn of the previous century, terrorizing the whole state until that day he tried to rob the Colorado & Southern train without the help of his fellow gang members. Clay Allison, aka the "Gentleman Outla
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Paperback, 136 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by TwoDot
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Kay
Written in a lackluster style, accounts of the best-known desperadoes of New Mexico. I found it unaccountably boring given the sensational nature of the material. The problem with many of these "gun slinger" books is the lack of verifiable information, not to mention that whatever accounts do exist have probably been embellished. This leads to a fragmentary feeling to the narrative.
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