THE TRAIL FROM TEXAS by Dale Homer

THE TRAIL FROM TEXAS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Lou Ross, to avert ruin for a group of Texas ranchers, heads a band to drive a herd north- for sale- and faces the resistance of Keller, at the start and once under way. There is also the open opposition of Matt Colbert- a dangerous guerrilla, of Indians, and of apprehensive cattleman at the border but Lou leads his men- and cattle- sturdily, steadily on to Virginia City. Familiar.

Pub Date: Nov. 15th, 1956
Publisher: Bouregy & Curl