Item FC 3216 S2 1.2.11.2 - Trail Colt and other stories

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Trail Colt and other stories

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FC 3216 S2 1.2.11.2

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New York: Magazine Enterprises, [194-?]-

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  • English

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Trail Colt is a fictional 19th-century U.S. marshal. "The Red Fox of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police" appears to be a recurring feature in the series.

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Holdings: A-1, no. 24 ([1949]) and A-1, no. 26 ([1949])

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The Red Fox story in A-1, no. 24 - "A manhunt for murder" - sees him track the murderers of a fellow R.C.M.P. officer. In "The case of the murdering tree" (A-1, no. 26), the Red Fox captures a murderer in a lumber camp.

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