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Casey (Dales Western) by Billy Hall

Casey (Dales Western)

by Billy Hall

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Casey McFee was the kind of girl who lit up a place just by walking into a room. Even when she was dressed just like a cowboy and working like one, all the boys stood up straighter, or sat in their saddles a little taller. Not only that, she could out-ride, out-rope and out-shoot any cowboy on the ranch. When Walt Granger decided he wanted her family's ranch, however, all of Casey's talents were not enough to help her father. Nor could she save herself from the crazed love of one of her father's deranged hands...… (more)

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