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Last Train to El Paso: the mysterious unsolved murder of a cattle baron Paperback – June 9, 2014
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After a daytime career as an underwater sound physicist and an after-hours pseudo-career as a flamenco guitarist, Jerry Lobdill is now a full time western history addict, researcher, and author. He tried to keep up the flamenco guitar, but his Chihuahua, BeBe, would have none of it. Now his wife is nearly at wits end over his obsession with the 1917 murder of cattle king Thomas Lyons, the subject of his first book length history tome. Such is life.
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