RIM OF THE CAPROCK by Noel M. Loomis

RIM OF THE CAPROCK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Post Civil War in the Texas panhandle, and the Texians more than ready to write an end not only to the Indians but to the comancheros whose trading has perverted their redskin neighbors. Wanting to build up his stake for his own ranch, Walk Freeman keeps cutting down his life expectancy as he trades honestly, fights fairly and gets arrested when he is framed. Climaxed in a prairie fire, Walk proves his innocence to the Army -- and his girl. Once under way, this snaps along right brisk-like.

Pub Date: April 1st, 1952
Publisher: Macmillan