DEEP HILLS by Matt Stuart

DEEP HILLS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Something of a new note for the old West when Britt Larkin, rancher, attempts to persuade the die-hard cattlemen that the newly come sod busters can become valuable allies. He wins the enmity of Schell, the distrust of Joyce, whom he loves, and the loyalty of the squatters as he points out a dam will help both parties. All line up against Schell to win out for the cooperative efforts. Spunky.

Pub Date: Sept. 22nd, 1954
Publisher: Lippincott