TROUBLE AT CHOCTAW BEND by Dan James

TROUBLE AT CHOCTAW BEND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

All the ingredients for an old time Western, gun toting, hero and villain, two lovely ladies, and cattle bound from Texas to the Kansas markets. Wes Sheppard wins the to-the-death friendship of a son of the Choctaw chief, and the two of them defeat fate again and again, by a hair's breadth, and at the end manage to bring the villain to justice, save the racket being pulled on the cattle men, and rescue the lovely Alabamian who had brought Wes the news that his plantation back home was his again. The time- post Civil War; the place- Southeast Indian Territory. Pretty elementary.

Pub Date: Feb. 5th, 1952
Publisher: Avalon