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LOOT – Four Navajo Tom Raine Stories by Jackson Cole

Four stories of Navajo Tom Raine, Arizona Ranger, as he outsmarts and outguns bank robbers and murderers in the Arizona Territory.

Rangers Laugh Last (1949) – A fighting scout rides to protect Loma Azul!

Ranger Riding In (1949) – Three stage holdups have Sheriff Dunn mystified until a lawman’s six-guns blast out a solution!

Long Night for a Ranger (1949) – Following a killer’s trail to an old line cabin in the middle of the night is dangerous for a Ranger!

Loot of the Lobo Legion (1947) – Navajo Raine Rides into Little Pine Ready for a Gun Showdown with Lynching Hombres!
Chapter I – Not by the Rope
Chapter II – Three Visitors
Chapter III – The Watching Man
Chapter IV – Proof of Prophecy
Chapter V – Lobo Loot

Excerpt

Loot of the Lobo Legion

Chapter I

Not by the Rope

THE voice came out of the mountain silence, just as “Navajo Tom” Raine, Arizona Ranger, topped a tall ridge. Raine was already pulling back on his reins, intending to halt his magnificent blue roan gelding, Wampum, for a breather. But he halted more abruptly than he had meant to when he heard that voice somewhere behind him-

“Don’t look around, Tom!” The voice came again. “Make out that there’s somethin’ wrong with your cinches. Listen to what I’ve got to say, but don’t let on anybody’s talkin’ to yuh, because yuh’re bein’ watched.”

Excerpt From: Jackson Cole. “LOOT – Four Navajo Tom Raine Stories.”

Jackson Cole was a pseudonym of Peter B. Germano (1913-1983).

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