TRAIL END by Tom J. Hopkins

TRAIL END

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Released from the Laramie Penitentiary, Jack Akers is caught in the middle between the little ranchers who believe him to be associated with Henry Cruse and his ruthless dreams of a cattle empire, and Cruse' men who try and are eventually successful in forcing him to join their ranks. Akers, ready to fight against the injustices, is branded as practising them out but with the loyalty of Cruse' niece, puts an end to the would-be dictatorship. Character plus action for Western walloping.

Pub Date: Nov. 13th, 1952
Publisher: Doubleday