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The boy walked out of the wilderness carrying the remains of a jack-rabbit he had been eating for two days. Behind him he had left three graves. With him was the memory of a family that he would one day hunt down and destroy. Murder lay at the end of his trail. Murder, and a girl he loved.
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Wilson offers a twist on the standard "cattlemen vs. farmers" theme here by pitting cattlemen against sheepmen in this tale of protagonist Dare Devlyn, who buys the Corral de Terra Ranch and returns it to its former glory as a working cattle operation. Bad luck for Devlyn, he also rekindles the range war that shuttered the ranch decades earlier. When lead starts flying, the cowboy knows he's in for trouble. Other new Westerns from Chivers are Steve Frazee's He Rode Alone (ISBN 0-7540-8126-5), Louis Trimble's Fighting Cowman (ISBN 0-7540-8129-X), and Jack Curtis's The Jury on Smoky Hill (ISBN 0-7540-8128-1).
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Book Description Fawcett, 1981. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0449141039