Texas Outlaw

Texas Outlaw

Book - 2020
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Texas Ranger Rory Yates becomes famous after his girlfriend, country music star Willow Dawes, writes a song about his bravery. He tries to escape the spotlight by moving to the small West Texas town of Rio Lobo, but the chief of police doesn't want him there and soon he is drawn into an accidental death that might really be a murder.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Company, ♭2020.
ISBN: 9780316428163
Characteristics: 440 pages ;,25 cm
Additional Contributors: Bourelle, Andrew - Author


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Dec 28, 2020

Not great too wordy but ok

JCLCharlesH Dec 18, 2020

Rory Yates returns in Patterson's follow-up to "Texas Ranger." After becoming a national sensation for foiling a bank robbery, his jealous lieutenant sends Rory to a small oil town to get him out of the way. The people in the town seem off, and things aren't adding up in the case. Before long, he has to decide if he can solve the case and still stay on the right side of the law.

Aug 04, 2020

Really enjoyed this book. Looking forward to the next one in this series.

Jul 16, 2020

TEXAS OUTLAW is the 2nd book in the Texas Ranger series by James Patterson and Andrew Bourelle. I loved it. The first book, TEXAS RANGER, was very good. The plot in this one was excellent, great character development, lots of twists and turns. Takes place in rural west Texas. Very much looking forward to a 3rd edition - please hurry Mr. Patterson!

Jun 25, 2020

Not a lot of meat on this turkey. Better than the first book in the series, Texas Ranger, but still not great. An easy read, written at the third grade level, but doesn't go too deep on the characterization. If you're looking for a character-driven story, this isn't it, unless you like your characters cardboard and flat. Meh.

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