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Long John Latham's western fiction magazine. Vol. 1, no. 1.

Author: Fred Grove; Clay Ringold; H A DeRosso; Ray Hogan; J Frank Dobie
Publisher: Conroe, TX : True Treasure Publications, 1970.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Illustrations
Periodicals
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fred Grove; Clay Ringold; H A DeRosso; Ray Hogan; J Frank Dobie
OCLC Number: 271470800
Notes: July-August, 1970.
Front cover and illustrations by Eugene Shortridge.
Description: 64 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: "Johnny-behind-the-gun", He was smart, handsome, and a gentleman of sorts. Nobody knew his real name, nor why he had come to Trail Town. But when Denver Plummer, boss of the brawling hell town, wanted somebody beaten up, put out of business, or run out of town--he always called on Johnny! First of three parts, by Tom Brand, 4.---"Dodge the wild bunch!", Young Danny Reed had over $6,000 in gold in his saddlebags, the payoff for a whole season of taking buffalo hides on the high plains. But Morg Queen knew he had the money, and the security of Fort Richardson lay one hundred miles away. To get there, Danny and his Blue Dog would have to--dodge the wild bunch!, by Fred Grove, 18.---"Reluctant killer", All Boyd Tripp had to do was remember his brother as he had last seen him--handsome, smiling, sitting tall in the saddle as he rode away on the coal-black stallion--and he knew what he had to do. He had to gun down the man who had killed Jack. Why couldn't the girl understand that?, by Clay Ringold, 26.---"The last sleep", Geronimo had the look of eagles in his eyes, and the killing went on. But now there were only 37 of them and Yanosho knew the end of the Apache nation was at hand. Soon the time would come when he would go up into the mountains like the old people, and lay down on his blanket to die, H.A. DeRosso, 34.---"Truth at gunpoint", The ranchers did not think the valley was ready for one-man law. But they learned the truth one violent night--at gunpoint!, by Ray Hogan, 43.---"Yuma's gold", Though "the tigers of the desert" no longer guarded it, Yuma's rich mine is still out there in the Ariviapa Hills of Arizona--still untouched. Today it is guarded by the desert itself, by J. Frank Dobie, 53.

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