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In 1916, Mexican bandit Pancho Villa raided the southwestern border town of Columbus. 300 American soldiers fought 400 attackers in a battle that ended with one of the last cavalry charges in U.S. history. Influenced by Sam Peckinpah, David Morrell dramatizes this epic era in American history through the eyes of a civilian scout old enough to have been in the Civil War, the Indian wars, Cuba, and the Philippines. Knowing that his ways are finished, he teaches a young recruit about the past, at a cost he never expected to pay. A 35th anniversary revised e-book edition.

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