The pistolero rode north, and in the hamlets and villages he passed knowledgeable Mexicans whispered: Tejano pistolero -- Texas gunman. He passed over the desert, cowed by midsummer's blasting heat, riding mostly at night, taking his time, wary as a desert hawk and twice as deadly. He arrived on the Wineglass Ranch in the dark hours, this phantom rider with a piercing gaze. He was prepared for trouble and wherever he rode, trouble came. In the lawless borderland there was no more dreaded enemy than the pistolero. He was, in one person, the personification of the border-country's three great evils: Nemesis, Avenger, Scourge.
Used availability for Nevada Carter's Texan Fast Gun
October 1985 : UK Hardback
February 1982 : UK Hardback