SMOKY IN THE WEST by Archie Joscelyn

SMOKY IN THE WEST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Trouble between the homesteaders and the cattlemen with young Bill Kennedy in the middle, as his land- and river rights, incite the two factions to harsh measures of persuasion. Holding his own between them, and between two girls who provide softer touches, Kennedy figures the angles, and after arson, robbery, kidnapping and murder, restores peace to the prairie. O.K. outdoor entertainment.

Pub Date: Jan. 3rd, 1947
Publisher: Samuel Curl