Loco and the Wolf
It was stacked in the cards that sooner or later Loco Smith and Wolf Garrison would meet up. They were both raw, tough, gambling men, born on the restless trails of the Southwest. And it was fitting that when they finally came together, it was to share a dusty cell in that hellhole known as Yuma prison. Both men knew they had to bust out, or they'd rot like slabs of meat in the heat of the desert. Their plan was to get on the grave-digging detail and hack their way to freedom. But what they hadn't planned on was running smack into Apache territory -- and into the hands of desperate men.
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|record_details||ils:.b10142873|Book|Books|[1st ed.]|English|Doubleday,|1973.|160 pages ; 22 cm.|
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