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From Hide and Horn by JT Edson
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From Hide and Horn (edition 1969)

by JT Edson

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Title:From Hide and Horn
Authors:JT Edson
Info:Corgi (1969), Edition: paperback / softback, Paperback, 160 pages
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Texas after the War was heaven for hellcats, paradise for lowlifes - and Hell on earth for honest ranchers. The range was rich with meat on the hoof, but the markets were hundreds of miles of rattlesnake-and-Comanche country away. Any man who tried to drive cattle across Texas was bound to wind up either rich or dead. Charlie Goodnight was aiming to try ... and with Dusty Fog as his segundo, it was going to take more than desert, Derringers or the Devil himself to stop him!… (more)

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