by Cleo W. Robinson Jr.
TRAILS TO AND TALES OF SANDERSON, TEXAS. 40057 BACK COVER TEXT Punch was sort of a mongrel. In his veins circulated the blood of all the races found along the Gulf Coast and the Mexican border. Like most mongrels, Punch was a survivor, smart, healthy, dependable and loyal. Punch was a bit short of six-feet tall, slim, always clean shaven, with graying brown hair and blue eyes. He walked with a... (more)