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LANE OF THE LLANO

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Oddly similar in certain ways to title above, El Jimmy -- but the scene this time is Texas, and the biography deals with a man named Cook (alias Lane) a white boy born on the Texas plains, raised from five on as a cowboy, captured by Indians with whom he lived for years, eventually to escape with an Indian bride. He knew the old timers, lived a cowboy's life, and paints a picture of the old West, of buffalo hunting, of cattle raising that was cattle raising. Told as series of interviews given his collaborator in a tourist camp. Double market -- adventure -- biography readers and readers of Westerns.

Pub Date: June 12th, 1936
Publisher: Little, Brown