DEATH AT WAR DANCE by Jim O'Mara

DEATH AT WAR DANCE

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John Sloan answers his old buddy, Wes Grant's, call for help, arrives in War Dance to find Wes jailed for rustling and murder. Before Wes tells his story to Sloan, he is shot and Sloan becomes his avenger. He also becomes the target for the guns of several rustling gangs, the defender of the HR ranch and the protector of Wes' little daughter. Plenty of bloodshed before Sloan rights all wrongs and wins his woman. Western reserve for a steady standard.

Pub Date: May 2nd, 1952
Publisher: Dutton