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The phantom sheriff —Tompkins, Walker A., author.
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"Freddie Clawson was known as the Phantom Sheriff because of the way he dodged lead. But near Smoketree, Arizona, his luck ran out when bushwacker Gila Jack Shadmer mistook him for Spook Sidlaw and to Sidlaw fell the tas...

Bushwack bullets —Tompkins, Walker A., author.
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"Hap and Everett, adopted children of the Yaqui County sheriff and his wife, were known as the Kingman twins. Actually Hap was the son of the upright rancher Warren Allen, who had been killed by bushwack bullets, while E...

Deadhorse express —Tompkins, Walker A., author.
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"Arizona trail boss Hal Wade defies desperado Bret Redfern, who controls the town of Deadhorse, by refusing to pay his toll. Redfern is determined that Wade won't make it out of Deadhorse alive, but Wade proves to be har...