DUSTY OF THE DOUBLE SEVEN by Graham M. Dean

DUSTY OF THE DOUBLE SEVEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Cowboy adventures with modern equipment as an ex-G.I. goes to work on the Double Seven Ranch. A walloping beginning with no let-up for a large complement of good cowboys fighting modern rustlers and no-good gunmen. Up-to-date guns, planes, trucks, etc., do not minimize the very full, detailed accounting of a cowboy's work day with rope and spur. Bob Rhodes, named Dusty, for his first ride, rides into adventure, good friends, bad enemies and plenty of varied cow-puncher activity. All young readers of Westerns will like this.

Pub Date: April 16th, 1948
Publisher: Viking