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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jim Mayo; Joseph Chadwick; Edd Howard; Philip Ketchum; Louis L'Amour; Leslie Ernenwein; Frank P Castle; William P McGivern; Clarence Edwin Flynn; Harold Helfer
|Notes:||"An anthology of rangeland classics"--Cover.
Reprint of works originally published 1949-1951.
|Description:||114 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||"West of the Tularosa", Even with the fast-talking guns of Ward McQueen on her side, lovely Ruth Kermitt stood little chance of establishing her ranch in this harsh land, Jim Mayo, 8 --
"Too tough to kill", Ed Kirby was warned to run fast and far, but Ed wasn't the running kind, Joseph Chadwick, 66 --
"Overly's mistake", In the raw West it could cost your life to misjudge a man by his poverty, Edd Howard, 6 --
"The scrawny nag", Both the man and the horse were haunted by fear, in their separate ways, Philip Ketchum, 45 --
"In Victorio's country", Red Clanahan was rawhide tough and worldly wise, but he had a soft spot, Louis L'Amour, 54 --
"Lawman's last chore", Suppose a girl you loved asked you to risk your neck for a man she loved, Leslie Ernenwein, 86 --
"Gun fight", Trav Benton was too young to know that all was fair in love and gunplay, Frank P. Castle, 97 --
"Draw poker", With his life at stake, or the life of his girl, a man is easy to bluff, William P. McGivern, 105 --
"The best of the West", an editorial, 11 --
"The West", (verse), Clarence Edwin Flynn, 27 --
"Pity the poor Texans", E.J. Ritter, Jr., 73 --
"Range ramblings", Harold Helfer, 96.