FLAMING CANYON by Walker A. Tompkins

FLAMING CANYON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Washington, and an Eden for cattle along the Colombia River, the hotbed of a dispute over grazing rights between Del Troy, who had leased the land, and Bix Herrod, who was determined to run him out. The treachery of Whitey, Troy's partner, the counter-offensive of Roxie, the Mexican mystery girl, the misguided moves of Shasta Ives (later regretted), Herrod's bride to be, end in bloodshed and arson, but eventually Troy gets his land, his enemy and his girl. Free and easy on the gun play, if you can bear with the unintentional illiteracy of the language as she should not be written.

Publisher: Macrae-Smith