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Cattle brands; a collection of western camp-fire stories,

Cattle brands; a collection of western camp-fire stories,

by Andy Adams

  Book : Fiction


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14 Short Slices of Western Life - a review of "Cattle Brands"   (2007-12-31)

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by Pam_T.

For those interested in the Old West this book provides some insight into cowboy life at the turn of the century (19th to 20th). And though fictional, at the root of all but two of the stories is Adam's own experience as a cowboy which comes through quite clearly.That said, those looking for refined...
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14 Short Slices of Western Life - a review of "Cattle Brands"   (2007-12-31)

Good

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by Pam_T.

For those interested in the Old West this book provides some insight into cowboy life at the turn of the century (19th to 20th). And though fictional, at the root of all but two of the stories is Adam's own experience as a cowboy which comes through quite clearly. [The other two stories are about the...
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14 Short Slices of Western Life - a review of "Cattle Brands"   (2008-01-02)

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by Pam_T.

For those interested in the Old West this book provides some insight into cowboy life at the turn of the century (19th to 20th). And though fictional, at the root of all but two of the stories is Adam's own experience as a cowboy, which comes through quite clearly. [The other two stories are about...
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14 Short Slices of Western Life - a review of "Cattle Brands"   (2007-12-31)

Good

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by Pam_T.

For those interested in the Old West this book provides some insight into cowboy life at the turn of the century (19th to 20th). And though fictional, at the root of all but two of the stories is Adam's own experience as a cowboy which comes through quite clearly. [The other two stories are about the...
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