RAWHIDE MEN by Kenneth -- Ed. Fowler

RAWHIDE MEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This collection of superior Western tales depends as much upon character and authenticity as melodrama, even when the story concerns horsethieves. The styles are light and crisp, often funny, and dance like a tin can ticked by slugs. The typewriter traildrivers include Omar Barker, Tom W. Blackburn, John Prescott, Ernest Haycox and others. The funniest tale is Saddle or Nothing about a naive teenager blithely riding with rustlers who do all their herding by moonlight...From old Collier's. Argosy and Post corrals.

Pub Date: April 12th, 1965
Publisher: Doubleday