THE SHAMING OF BROKEN HORN by Bill Gulick

THE SHAMING OF BROKEN HORN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The foreman of the literary Western field has assembled his shorter and longer pieces for book publication in a varied but uniformly good collection. There's humor in the title story in which a girl's home cooking humbles an Indian chief; in the story of Diablo, a drinking horse; in two old timers' recall of a sporting event. There's the Army surveyor who realizes you must have faith- in the Indian; the youngster who leaves home but learns- from an outlaw- that you can't keep running; etc., etc. Excellent entertainment.

Publisher: Doubleday