He was young; he was kind; and he loved his cat, Little Tiger, and his horse Cindy. Though young, his reputation preceded him and grown men stepped aside when they passed him. The pistols Kurt West wore meant serious business and he knew how to use them. When Wet Springs and the people he cared for were threatened, Kurt moved into action. Afraid of no one, not even the murdering town ruling Poindexter, Kurt West fought for his ranch, his girl, and the people he loved.
It is a western; it is a romance---above all, IT IS A GREAT READ.
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Some men dream and never live, others live and never dream. Charlie Steel put heart into countless dreams and brought them to life just as he has done with the people in his tales. Charlie Steel has worked since early childhood and has held jobs that young men admire and old men envy. Steel has traveled widely, read voraciously, and has obtained five university degrees. He is the common man; he is the eccentric man. Hunting, fishing, and the solitude of the outdoors are his great loves. This solitude provides him with the catalyst for many stories. Charlie Steel believes that what one tries to accomplish in life is as important as what one achieves.Review:
The most spellbinding western to come out of the old west since RIDERS OF THE PURPLE SAGE! -- Clive Cussler
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Book Description Condor Publishing, Inc., 2003. Book Condition: Good. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP88529274
Book Description Condor Publishing, Inc., 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG1931079005