WOODEN SADDLES by Marion Lay
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WOODEN SADDLES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A good Mexican story in the tradition of the better type Westerns. Plenty of adventure, but it seems authentic and plausible. Two boys are virtual captives of gypsies, one escapes and the story follows his adventures as he works his way from one part of Mexico to another, and eventually rescues the other boy. Not a conventional Mexican background, but a picture of Mexico of the plains and open country.

Pub Date: Sept. 6th, 1939
Publisher: Morrow