THE LONG COLD WIND by Giles A. Lutz

THE LONG COLD WIND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Montana, in the 1880's, is harsh country- and just as intractable is Enoch Parnell in a year of griefs and grievances. There is the feud with his neighbors, Linus and Cully Derks, and the defection of one son who had married their sister; there's drought and a range fire, as well as a winter of wind and snow; cattle prices fall, and cattle die- and finally after Parnell's horses are stolen (by his son), the feud ends in death. A rawboned, bitter, active account and an above average handling.

Pub Date: Aug. 10th, 1962
Publisher: Doubleday