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|Material Type:||Fiction, Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Three stories about life on the Western frontier, previously published separately.
|Performer(s):||Read by various artists.|
|Description:||3 sound discs (3 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Other Titles:||Rain on the mountain fork.
Down Sonora way.
"Rain on the mountain fork: When a storm washes [out] the road the passengers of a stage coach find shelter in an isolated shanty. But Lew Judd is nervous as he plays cards with a fellow traveler, the driver, and the men who were in the cabin when they arrived. A quiet man, Judd is an Easterner headed for a new life in Santa Fe with his lovely niece, Nelly. Now he worries about her safety-- and about the money belt that holds his life's savings" -- container.
"Down Sonora way: Chick Bowdrie and Tensleep Mooney are locked in a stalemate with nothing between them but sixty yards and a Winchester. Then a wounded man, a woman, and two bedraggled kids appear in the distance, and just behind, a large dust cloud that means Apaches. Bowdie and Mooney could play it safe and stay hidden. But suddenly the outlaw and the lawman become a crack team against a cruel enemy stalking helpless victims" -- container.