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Cody Havlicek, Texas Ranger, is a moral man. He is totally dedicated to enforcing the law and will do whatever it takes to bring wrongdoers to justice. When a series of murders, including that of a fellow Ranger, takes place in the Big Bend region, he is ordered to track down the men responsible. Cody and a young boy he rescued must face and defeat the diabolical criminals. The twisted confrontations and nearly insurmountable hardships along the way cause Cody to doubt his own abilities. He must oppose single-handedly a large group of criminals and find the strength needed to bring the killers to justice. Big Bend Death Trap is not so much a traditional Western as it is a mystery with a Western setting. As Cody will find out, the roots of the crimes he is investigating reach all the way back to the state capital in Austin, where the treachery of one man leaves the young Ranger literally on the brink of death.
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James J. Griffin is author of the Texas Ranger Jim Blawcyzk series of western novels. Griffin himself is a lifelong horseman, Western enthusiast, and unofficial historian of the Texas Rangers. He has contributed an extensive collection of Texas Ranger artifacts to the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas.Review:
Since the 1960s the western novel has drifted by the wayside along with western movies. Jim Griffin is revitalizing the western genre by bringing to life fictional characters interspersed with real life experiences in the same voice as Max Brand and Louis L Amour. Jim creates a mixture of quality writing fueled by the desire to produce a work that cannot be put down until the last page is turned. --Texas Ranger Sergeant Jim Huggins of Company F
No one writes traditional Westerns with more heart and passion than James J. Griffin. BIG BEND DEATH TRAP is an exciting, action-packed tale of Texas Ranger Cody Havlicek's search for a diabolical killer. Western readers are sure to enjoy this one. --James Reasoner, author of more than forty novels
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