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Glory riders : a western sextet

Author: Louis L'Amour; Jon Tuska
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2011.
Edition/Format:   Large print book : Fiction : English : 1st ed., Large print edView all editions and formats
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Jim Gary is heading to work for Mart Ray, the foreman for the Double A Ranch, when he comes upon an outfit moving cattle marked with the Double A brand in "Man Riding West." Jim Sandifer knows he'll lose his job at the B Bar Ranch as well as the girl he's sweet on when he prevents a raid by some B Bar men on the Katrischen spread in "The Turkeyfeather Riders." In "Four Card Draw," Allen Ring wins a small ranch --  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Western stories
Historical fiction
Fiction
History
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louis L'Amour; Jon Tuska
ISBN: 9781611731071 1611731070
OCLC Number: 704243792
Notes: "Center Point large print"--Spine.
Description: 199 p. (large print) ; 23 cm.
Contents: Man riding West --
The turkeyfeather riders --
Four card draw --
Home in the valley --
West is where the heart is --
Fork your own broncs.
Responsibility: Louis L'Amour ; edited by Jon Tuska.

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Jim Gary is heading to work for Mart Ray, the foreman for the Double A Ranch, when he comes upon an outfit moving cattle marked with the Double A brand in "Man Riding West." Jim Sandifer knows he'll lose his job at the B Bar Ranch as well as the girl he's sweet on when he prevents a raid by some B Bar men on the Katrischen spread in "The Turkeyfeather Riders." In "Four Card Draw," Allen Ring wins a small ranch -- until the town marshal shows up and tells Allen he can't live there because a murder that had taken place there is still unsolved. In "Home in the Valley," Steve Mehan has driven a herd from Nevada to California in the dead of winter and has the money safely on deposit with Dake & Company. But upon his arrival in Sacramento, he learns that the bank has failed. These and two other stories in Glory Riders demonstrate why Louis L'Amour is one of the world's bestselling authors, whose books have been translated into 20 languages. Forty-five of his novels have been made into films.

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