A prowl on the prairie in which Whit Gallatin, whose father is killed, attempts to square his father's death and to fight...

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THE KILLER BRAND

A prowl on the prairie in which Whit Gallatin, whose father is killed, attempts to square his father's death and to fight his own temptation to kill when branded with the mark of Cain. When he goes to ride for Jeff Dawson, whose brother is found murdered, Whit undertakes the identification of the killer, simultaneously finds the answer to his father's death, brings in his man without the use of his gun.... Lean, hard and angry enough for all tastes.

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1950