INDIAN BEEF by Harold Channing Wire

INDIAN BEEF

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Good average great-open-spacer, with young Barnet trail-bossing cattle to be sold up north to an Indian reservation. Rival cattle men resort to low trickerty to beat him to the market; fugitive Indians make their demands on the herd, the ex-boss's sons attempts to turn outlaw; there are spies in his own crew. And all this adds to Barnet's troubles, but he wins through and gets a wife as well.

Pub Date: Sept. 20th, 1940
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran