I thoroughly enjoyed "One Ranger" and this is a very good folowup to the first book!
H. Joaquin Jackson, Texan, Lawman, and a Texas Ranger wrote this fascinating read as a sequel to his first book "One Ranger".
Sometimes there is not enough material for a second book, and this sequel is proof of that fact.
This is one terrific book. This man was our sons baseball coach and was one of the most respected men I have ever known. Take time to read this. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ell
A lot more personable than his first one. I especially like hearing from the Jackson family. I hope on my next trip to Alpine I can drop by a visit what I one feel is a friend.Published 1 month ago by Bill Shank
I've always be fascinated with the history of the Texas Rangers and this story makes me understand why even more.Published 5 months ago by Paul A. Hoskins
This was such a let down compared to the first book. It seemed that Mr. Jackson was out of stories to tell (which I surely doubt)when he included the two chapters with his wife... Read morePublished 7 months ago by robert
It was a good story about our great state of Texas.A true story of the Rangers.
Well written with fact and humor.
The Texas history (mostly West Texas Hostory) is presented n a way (with a story) that a West Texan will enjoy. Read morePublished 16 months ago by George A. Harrison
Seems to me this book is as much about Joaquin the man as a difference from One Ranger being about Joaquin the Ranger. If that makes sense. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Harlon Pickett
After reading the original book (One Ranger), it seems to me that the author had to reach at some points. Overall I like the book and the stories, but not as much as the original. Read morePublished 19 months ago by James T. Bagwell