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Brazo Feud (Dales Western) by Jim Bowden
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Brazo Feud (Dales Western)

by Jim Bowden

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When homesteaders settle on the range near Red Springs, the local cattlemen are worried. Joe Curry, owner of the Running W, hates homesteaders and sees in their arrival an opportunity to oust Dan McCoy from his position of Sheriff of Red Springs and seize land and power. Soon blood is spilt and the flames of range war are fanned. Not until Dan uses guile and flaming lead are the problems solved and peace restored.… (more)

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