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Plundered range

Author: Will Ermine
Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Large Print, 2017.
Edition/Format:   book_largeprint : Fiction : English : Center Point Large Print editionView all editions and formats
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Fent Crocker had been foreman of the Hamlin ranch for fifteen years, and with Luke Hamlin growing old and a little soft, he had begun to day-dream of himself as owner of the Hamlin spread. That explains why he had it in for young Race Cullyer. For Luke Hamlin's only daughter, Fox, wasn't at all unhappy to have the young cowboy around. Fent, however, didn't intend to let that interfere with his plans, so he tricked  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Western fiction
Western stories
Large type books
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Will Ermine
ISBN: 9781683246244 1683246241 9781683246282 1683246284
OCLC Number: 1004981583
Notes: Originally published in 1936.
Description: 263 pages (large print) ; 23 cm
Contents: Outlaw blood --
Trouble at Squaw Flat --
Crocker marks time --
At the pinnacles --
Split trails --
Old Luke's last trick --
Ready to ride --
Nick Fontana --
Fox Hamlin decides --
Fighting talk --
Turned down --
A day late --
"You're the man!" --
A closed account --
Dead to rights --
Face to face --
Crocker strikes --
Licked --
Poker face --
Rumors of war --
Powder smoke --
Cautious as a wolf --
"Come clean!" --
Gone to Idaho --
"Don't ever come back!" --
The desert dawn.
Responsibility: Will Ermine.

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Fent Crocker had been foreman of the Hamlin ranch for fifteen years, and with Luke Hamlin growing old and a little soft, he had begun to day-dream of himself as owner of the Hamlin spread. That explains why he had it in for young Race Cullyer. For Luke Hamlin's only daughter, Fox, wasn't at all unhappy to have the young cowboy around. Fent, however, didn't intend to let that interfere with his plans, so he tricked Race into an argument with the Basque sheepmen. That turned out to be dynamite. One brush-up between sheep and cattlemen is enough to start a range war -- and Fent arranged the brush-up. With war raging around him, with dissension on the ranch, with animosity from even his own crowd, Race had only his own determination, courage and good wits -- and the girl, Fox Hamlin -- to back him.

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