"Keesey writes lyrically and examines the ferocity of frontier life with an unromantic and penetrating gaze."
The title refers to a little town in the midst of the vastness of Oregon, where at the turn of the 20th century, sheepmen and cattlemen vie for grazing territory as well as for the love of 18-year-old Esther Chambers.
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