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Feud on the mesa : a western trio

Author: Lauran Paine
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Five Star, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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In "Renegades Beat the War Drum," frontiersman Caleb Dorn, known among the Indians as Silent Outcast, tries to negotiate a peace with Red Sleeves and his band of Apaches who have surrounded the town of Denton and cut off all access. But he has to face the Apaches, who Sam Ginn, an unscrupulous Comanchero, has incited to war for his own gain. In "Texas Herds Bring Death," Caleb has moved north into cattle country  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Western stories
Short stories
Western fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lauran Paine
ISBN: 1594141568 9781594141560
OCLC Number: 61285577
Description: 230 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Renegades beat the war drum --
Texas herds bring death --
Feud on the mesa.
Responsibility: Lauran Paine.

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In "Renegades Beat the War Drum," frontiersman Caleb Dorn, known among the Indians as Silent Outcast, tries to negotiate a peace with Red Sleeves and his band of Apaches who have surrounded the town of Denton and cut off all access. But he has to face the Apaches, who Sam Ginn, an unscrupulous Comanchero, has incited to war for his own gain. In "Texas Herds Bring Death," Caleb has moved north into cattle country where a Texas herd is not permitted by the Crow nation to have access to the trail through their land. "Feud on the Mesa" concerns two saddle mates, Rufe Miller and Jud Hudson, who committed an ill-advised stagecoach robbery in the Gila Valley. They stumble onto Cain Mesa, location of a ranch owned by Elisabeth Cane, where Arlen Chase, an enterprising cowman, has isolated Elisabeth on the mesa, killing off or rustling her livestock in an effort to force her to leave. When Rufe's horse is shot by one of Chase's aggressive riders, the two propose going to work for Elisabeth to help her in her conflict with Chase.

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