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An encounter with a dying Indian leads Lee Garrison, a young line rider with a fascination for tales of King Arthur and his knights, on the trail of an elusive and legendary gray mustang called Moonshine. Reprint.
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Max Brand's action-filled stories of adventure and heroism in the American West continue to entertain readers throughout the world. Brand penned over 200 full-length Westerns in his career, including Destry Rides Again and Montana Rides. Several of his novels are available from Brilliance Audio.From Library Journal:
Both of these pulp Western novels deal with protagonists on a quest. In Brand's 1923 story, cowpoke Lee Garrison sets out to find and capture a wild horse he views on the plains. His journey, however, ultimately involves more than he bargained for. Although it has arguably one of the worst titles ever, Coburn's 1937 story is far more serious, as its hero, Galt Magrath, packs his Bible and six-gun and goes in search of the men who murdered his preacher father. Also new in the "Gunsmoke" series is T.V. Olsen's Lonesome Gun (ISBN 0-7540-8103-6) and Lee Hoffman's Wiley's Move (0-7540-8104-4).
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Book Description Leisure Books, 1999. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. 000-322: Paperback with 213 pages. No Defects. A New, Unread Book. A beautiful, square, tight copy with clean, unmarked pages. Perfect Gift Quality. A Western Novel -- First Time in Paperback. First Paperback Edition, First Printing July 1999. Published by Leisure Books. Seller Inventory # 35038
Book Description Leisure Books, 1999. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0843945583
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