Acknowledgments Prologue 1. La Huelga: The United Farm Workers Strike of 1966-1967 2. By the Light of the Rustlers' Moon 3. My Own Good Ole Boys: The FBI National Academy 4. Sadistic Deaths in the Desert: The Frome Murders 5. A Man Not to Mess With 6. To All the Dogs I've Loved Before 7. The Deadly Duo: Lucas and Toole 8. The Hunt for Alfredo Hernandez, a Muy Mal Hombre 9. Homicides and Questionable Deaths: A Window into the Method 10. A Drug-Smuggling Lawyer-Brush Pilot: The Flanagan Case 11. The Fall of the Champ 12. The Valadez Kid 13. Rio Bravo 14. From Ranger to Private Eye 15. Stand by Your Ranger 16. Sons of One Ranger 17. Silver Badges of Courage
H. JOAQUIN JACKSON retired from the Texas Rangers in 1993, after a twenty-seven-year career. In 2006, he was awarded the William Penn Award for public service by the Penn Club of Philadelphia. An independent scholar, James L. Haley is the author of fourteen books, including award-winning books on Texas history. Among them are Passionate Nation: The Epic History of Texas and Sam Houston, winner of nine historical and literary awards. Haley's book Wolf: The Lives of Jack London won the Western Writers of America's Spur Award for Best Biography. He has also written several novels.
"To the good fortune of us all, Jackson is back again, this time with One Ranger Returns. Packed full of compelling accounts of his dealings with smugglers, thieves, murderers, and other lawmen, this long-anticipated sequel promises to rival the original. This man is a true American hero. Don't miss reading about his adventures." Cowboy Magazine "A great collection of stories outlining the illustrious career of a gifted lawman." Guns & Ammo