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by Giles A. Lutz

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ISBN:
0385157835
Author:
Giles A. Lutz
Category:
Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Doubleday; 1st edition (June 1, 1980)
Pages:
180 pages
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1625 kb
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Born in March 1910 in Missouri, United States, Lutz for many years wrote short stories about the American West that were published in pulp magazines

Born in March 1910 in Missouri, United States, Lutz for many years wrote short stories about the American West that were published in pulp magazines. Born in March 1910 in Missouri, United States, Lutz for many years wrote short stories about the American West that were published in pulp magazines.

Select Format: Hardcover. Format:Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13:9780345294418.

Giles Alfred Lutz (March 1910–June 1982) was a prolific author of fiction in the Western genre.

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Lure of Outlaw Trail. Although an innocent man, Rush Sawyer carried a brand that was hard to erase - - Killer. He knew that the Cavanaugh gang was going to use that reputation of his in one of its rotten schemes. 85999/?tag prabook0b-20. But when that scheme included the murder of his best friend, he strapped on his gun.

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Continuing on the trail of his first book Red Dog Rising, Jeff Schettler returns to the hunt with his newest book The . His methods have helped to pioneer tactical trailing applications for high-risk fugitive manhunts and his courses are now offered throughout the United States.

Continuing on the trail of his first book Red Dog Rising, Jeff Schettler returns to the hunt with his newest book The Straightest Path. Simply said, if you currently work with police dogs that trail (or you want to) and you are a K-9 handler, cover officer or supervisor, you should read The Straightest Path.

Entering the Oklahoma land rush, young Steve Truman lost his team and wagon in a severe accident, but found a friend in Marshal Dixon