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Two Big Book-Length Novels
Wild Men for Hell's Frontier
by Tom Roan, pp. 10-27 -
Satan Sends the Buckskin Brigade
by Del Rayburn, pp. 72-100 -
An Action-Packed Frontier Novelette
by Ed Earl Repp, pp. 42-55 -
Four Western Short Stories
Law of the Claw and Fang
by William A. Rush, pp. 28-32 -
Stop-Off On Gallows Road!
by Ennen Reaves Hall, pp. 33-39 -
The Troubles of Birdhead Daigle
by Charles Irwin, pp. 56-62 -
With Guts, Gun, and Scalpel
by Archie Joscelyn, pp. 66-71 -
Three Fact Articles
Slaughter Sends a Sixgun Message
by J. Carroll, pp. 8-9 -
The Devil Said, "Wait!"
by Jhan Robbins, pp. 40-41 -
by C.W. Chamberlin, pp. 63-65 -
by The Editor, pp. 6-7 -
"Race and Crime in America"
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