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Ben Hawkins and his fellow cowboys, Billy Martin and Johnny Stevens, embark on a risky freight enterprise in order to make money to buy land in Arizona to raise their horses
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Tired of the trail, Ben Hawkins and saddle pals Billy Martin and Johnny Stevens buy a smithy in Globe, Arizona, and then start a freight-hauling business. The latter puts them in competition with one P. G. Murphy, who doesn't cotton to competition. But Ben, with his eyes on a house of his own and a serious romance, is up to the challenge. This second novel featuring middle-age cowpoke Hawkins is a worthy sequel to The Last Free Range (1995). Hawkins is a dusty Everyman who wants a home, a family, and a chance to make his mark on this world before he moves on to the next. Now that he's settling down with Kate on his new land, there may not be too much adventure left in his life, but readers will welcome further updates on his status. A heartfelt, well-written little series. Wes Lukowsky
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Book Description Walker & Company, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0802741576