Follow Me to Hell: McNelly’s Texas Rangers and the Rise of Frontier Justice
By Tom Clavin
In the turbulent 1870s Texas, the revered and fearless Ranger Leander McNelly led his men in one dramatic campaign after another, apprehending cattle thieves, desperadoes, border ruffians and other dangerous criminals and throwing them in jail, or six feet under. They stopped at nothing in the pursuit of justice — even sending 26 Rangers across the border to retrieve stolen cattle. The nation came to call them “McNelly’s Rangers.”
This page-turner details the tough life along the Texas border that was tamed by a courageous, yet doomed, captain and his team.
6.5×9.5″ hardcover, 366 pages.
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