THE RIPPER FROM RAWHIDE by Dan Cushman

THE RIPPER FROM RAWHIDE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Of the good deeds of a bad man, Comanche Jim, the ring-tailed ripper from the Rawhide Mountains as he curses and chaws and roars his way to the Northwest, to deliver a message from a dying man and to settle an old enmity. A mine, and the promise of gold kills a man, destroys a partnership, and it is Comanche Jim who gets his revenge -- but asks no reward... No casual slouch, but a whoop and a holler.

Pub Date: May 6th, 1952
Publisher: Macmillan