The attempt of Gil Hollister to straighten out some crooked operations in Longhorn, one of the last of the cattle towns, and...

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PRAIRIE MARSHAL

The attempt of Gil Hollister to straighten out some crooked operations in Longhorn, one of the last of the cattle towns, and to avenge the ambushed death of a brother. In so doing, he tangles with three toughs, witnesses the defection of a wandering wife, prevents a landgrab, and finds an unsuspected wrongdoer at the end of the trail which leads to matrimony as well as justice.... A familiar crease to the old Stetson, but wearable.

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Publisher: Macrae-Smith

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1, 1952