A good yarn, though not a profound one, but it is easy reading and slated for a moderate sale and better than average rentals. The mountains of the Jackson's Hole district form the setting for a romance between a ""dude"" easterner and a mysterious girl of the mountains. Through an accident to his guide, Glenn becomes deeply involved in the feud between Vergil and Jill Diccon, and their prosperous neighbors, the Kranes. And set against life in the raw, are the amenities of a cultured society back home, stripped of the exhausting elements of passion, but appealing to another -- and very vital -- side of Glenn's nature. The elements are there for a popular story, for these who want entertainment.