The Denton Mare

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Some men are born to greatness, others to great tragedy. This novel is a fictional account of one of those men: the notorious Texas outlaw, Sam Bass. Set in the Old West of the 1870s, the story primarily concerns itself with events in the train robber's life from the time he owned and raced the Denton Mare to the now famous shoot-out in Round Rock, Texas. It is a story of crime and betrayal told through the eyes of Bass and one of his close confederates, Jim Murphy.

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DeMello, Duane T. (Duane Tyler) December 1984.

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Some men are born to greatness, others to great tragedy. This novel is a fictional account of one of those men: the notorious Texas outlaw, Sam Bass. Set in the Old West of the 1870s, the story primarily concerns itself with events in the train robber's life from the time he owned and raced the Denton Mare to the now famous shoot-out in Round Rock, Texas. It is a story of crime and betrayal told through the eyes of Bass and one of his close confederates, Jim Murphy.

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  • December 1984

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DeMello, Duane T. (Duane Tyler). The Denton Mare, thesis, December 1984; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc504254/: accessed April 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .