The opening up of the far Western territory, and an undertaking to bring food and cattle to the miners there as it is...

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BEND OF THE SNAKE

The opening up of the far Western territory, and an undertaking to bring food and cattle to the miners there as it is assumed by Emerson Cole and his younger partner, Scott Burton. It is Burton who fights the opposition of monopolist Webb Taylor, kills Taylor's hired men in a fair fight, and then Taylor himself, and only later learns of the concealed, criminal act which had given Cole his start which requires further retribution. More than the usual substance here, and some non-standard situations give this a fresh interest in this field.

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Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1950