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  Reviews for Savage Frontier, Vol. IV

"This fourth and final volume of the Savage Frontier series completes the history of the Texas Rangers and frontier warfare in the Republic of Texas era. This fourth volume has received a 'WOW!' rating for battle action and historic interest."
The Lone Star Book Review, Fall 2010


"Meticulously researched, and presented with a flair for captivating drama as well as an eye for historical accuracy, Savage Frontier Volume IV brings to vivid life the challenges faced and sacrifices made by men determined to protect their home territory and their loved ones...a 'must-have' contribution to Texas History shelves."
The Midwest Book Review, Fall 2010

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"Moore's fourth and final volume of the Savage Frontier series contains many compelling battle narratives, but there is a wealth of social as well as military history lurking in these chapters. No one who is interested in the people and the problems of the Texas Republic can afford to leave these pages unread."
—James E. Crisp, author of How Did Davy Die? And Why Do We Care So Much?


"The early 1840s was one of the most turbulent chapters in the history of the lower Rio Grande valley. Readers familiar with earlier volumes in the Savage Frontier series will find much to admire in Stephen Moore's eminently readable account."
Sam W. Haynes, author of Soldiers of Misfortune: The Somervell
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