The Renegades by T. Jefferson Parker
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The Renegades Summary
Some say that outlaws no longer exist, that the true spirit of the American West died with the legendary bandits of pulp novels and bedtime stories. Charlie Hood knows that nothing could be further from the truth. These days he patrols vast stretches of the new American West, not on horseback but in his cruiser. The outlaws may not carry six-shooters, but theyre strapped all the same.
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"Starred Review. In this crackling follow-up ...Parker creates a desert no-man's-land unique in its corruption, but no less dangerous than the roughest of South Central street corner." - Publishers Weekly.
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T. Jefferson Parker Author Biography
Parker was educated in public schools in Orange County, California, and took a
bachelor's degree in English from the University of California, Irvine, in
1976. He was honored in 1992 as the Distinguished Alumnus.
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