THE SILVER HORN by Gordon Grand
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This appeared several years ago under the Dorrydale imprint, in a limited edition, which has assumed tounding values in the field of ""firsts"". Demand, on the part of those who have not been able to acquire one of the original 750 copies, and who have grown to love Colonel Woatherford and his friends in the two subsequent volumes, has resulted in this popular edition of the first volume in the trilogy, the volume thought by many to be the high water mark of sporting stories in this country. The sketches are enchanting, and the appeal is much wider than simply to those readers who are actively interested in hunting and racing. Delightfully written, with enough emotional value to bring many a smile and many a catch in the throat, these stories deserve a wide market.

Pub Date: April 15th, 1935
Publisher: Windward House