By H. Joaquin Jackson with James L. Haley.
This book follows the first One Ranger Book. Joaquin Jackson recalls his five-year pursuit of two of America’s most notorious serial killers Henry Lee Lucas and Ottis Toole. He sets the record straight about the role of the Texas Rangers during the United Farm Workers strike in the Rio Grande Valley in 1966-1967. Jackson also describes the frustration of trying to solve a cold case from 1938, the brutal murder of a mother and daughter in the lonely desert east of Van Horn. And he presents a rogue’s gallery of cattle rustlers, drug smugglers and a teetotaling bootlegger named Tom Bybee, a modest, likeable man who became an ax murderer. Joining Jackson in this book is his wife Shirley and sons Don Joaquin and Lance, whose stories about life with the Ranger reveal aspects of his character that weren’t as fully displayed in the first book.
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