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The Buckskin Hills [text (large print)] / by Lauran Paine.

By: Paine, Lauran, 1916-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Thorndike Press large print Western series: ; A Thorndike western: Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2010Edition: Large print edition.Description: 223 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781410423573 (alk. paper); 1410423573 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Large type books | Sheriffs -- Fiction | Assassins -- FictionGenre/Form: Western stories. | Large type books. | Western fiction. | Western stories, fiction.DDC classification: Large Print Summary: Sheriff Tim Holbrook heard of two mysterious and elusive strangers riding his Buckskin Hills. After observation he decided one of them is a hired assassin, the other something else. Before he could face either of them, someone killed a local cowman and the war was on. Holbrook believed Arnold Holfinger was behind the killing but he had no chance to prove it. Holfinger’s tough crew attacked the hill cattlemen, and caught Holbrook squarely in the middle.
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Sheriff Tim Holbrook heard of two mysterious and elusive strangers riding his Buckskin Hills. After observation he decided one of them is a hired assassin, the other something else. Before he could face either of them, someone killed a local cowman and the war was on. Holbrook believed Arnold Holfinger was behind the killing but he had no chance to prove it. Holfinger's tough crew attacked the hill cattlemen, and caught Holbrook squarely in the middle.

Originally published: London : Gunsmoke, 1966.

Sheriff Tim Holbrook heard of two mysterious and elusive strangers riding his Buckskin Hills. After observation he decided one of them is a hired assassin, the other something else. Before he could face either of them, someone killed a local cowman and the war was on. Holbrook believed Arnold Holfinger was behind the killing but he had no chance to prove it. Holfinger’s tough crew attacked the hill cattlemen, and caught Holbrook squarely in the middle.

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