Ross Chance's attempt to get back his father's land- which had gone under for taxes- takes on some angry violence as well as...

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BLOOD ON THE LAND

Ross Chance's attempt to get back his father's land- which had gone under for taxes- takes on some angry violence as well as outsized odds as he fights alone against the men who'd rigged him. And his love for Laurel Shelton, the wife of his chief opponent, sharpens the vengence he achieves- clearing his rights to more than one title. Exciting and effective.

Pub Date: Dec. 17, 1952

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Publisher: Ballantine

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Dec. 1, 1952