GONE HAYWIRE by Philip A. Rollins


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Prepare in advance for the fact that this is not easy reading. Much of it is told in authentic cowboy lingo. But once that hurdle is taken, and the fact accepted that it is more a picture of life on the cattle range, than a straight story, and the book can be sold so to all who liked Jinglebob, to all (of any age) who like factual cowboy material. Period 1886 -- characters, some new,some old,include two tenderfoots and the Tumbling K outfit -- story revolves around a cattle drive, the strife between cattle men and sheep grazers, and the daily round of range life.

Pub Date: Aug. 14th, 1939
Publisher: Scribner