DEAD MAN'S SADDLE by L.P. Holmes
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DEAD MAN'S SADDLE

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With a roar of six-guns, Dave Kerchival, heir to a square- shooter's small but important spread, tangles horns with big shot Abel Hendron, self-appointed cattle Caesar, and his lanky, shiftless cousins, over the rights to a pasture trail. Hendron's daughter, Lear, provides a bonus for Dave. Active and attractive.

Pub Date: Feb. 15th, 1950
Publisher: Doubleday