WEST OF THE RIMROCK by Wayne D. Overholzer

WEST OF THE RIMROCK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Murdo Morgan, determined to move a thousand farming families into lands dictatorily held by Broad Clancy, his riders and his cattle, is forced to buck a death dealing crew, sure that he is seeking revenge. Paradise Valley sees a guntotin', blood-lettin' fight when Morgan is at last able to bring in his farmers. Morgan does his own snake stompin', chooses between two girls, and proves he did not return for vengeance. More serious in approach than most Westerns but just as lusty.

Pub Date: April 5th, 1949
Publisher: Macmillan