HORSE HEAVEN HILL by Zane Grey

HORSE HEAVEN HILL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Orphaned Lark Burrell, visiting relatives in northern Washington, has two sources of worry -- the drive to capture wild horses and her feelings about her cousin's fiance, Stan Weston. Trying to hide her love for Stan, Lark is confronted by her cousin's flirting with the wild horse raider and the need to protect her; she is also faced with another horse drive and the question of how to sabotage it. When her cousin breaks her engagement to Stan and Lark has freed the trapped horses, Stan is able to rush Lark into marriage and use their honeymoon to visit and work on Lark's home place in Idaho. An unpublished Zane Grey. Openfaced.

Pub Date: Aug. 19th, 1959
Publisher: Harper