New PDF release: A Bloody History of Bosque County, Texas

By T. Harrison

based in 1854, Bosque County, Texas was once the location of a slew of grotesque murders that spanned over a century. Harrison information every one tale of revenge, ardour, or madness in a time while legislation enforcement was once nearly absent.

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