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Valley of outlaws [text (large print)] : a western story / Max Brand.

By: Brand, Max, 1892-1944.
Contributor(s): Evans, Evan, 1892-1944 | Evans, Evan, 1892-1944. Outlaw valley.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point, 2009Description: 302 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781602854888(lg print); 9781408457641(lg print).Subject(s): Horses -- FictionGenre/Form: Western fiction.DDC classification: Summary: When he first arrived in the town of Lister, no one knew anything about him except that he didn't speak, that he was probably a deaf mute. No one knew what to call him, so they called him Shannon. He bought supplies and ventured into a secluded valley and made enough money to take care of himself by selling pelts in town. Then one day Shannon came upon a horse that had been abused and was near death. He had a way with animals, and with patience and tender care, Shannon restored the horse to good health. When the outlaw Terry Shawn enters Shannon's valley with the sheriff and a posse on his trail, he grabs Shannon''s horse. He later realizes that the horse he "borrowed" is Sky Pilot, called this because no one can ride him. He'd return him if he could, but the horse throws him every time he tries to mount him.
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When he first arrived in the town of Lister, no one knew anything about him except that he didn't speak... that he was probably a deaf mute. No one knew what to call him, so they called him Shannon. He bought supplies and ventured into a secluded valley and made enough money to take care of himself by selling pelts in town.

Then one day Shannon came upon a horse that had been abused and was near death. He had a way with animals, and with patience and tender care, Shannon restored the horse to good health.

When the outlaw Terry Shawn enters Shannon's valley with the sheriff and a posse on his trail, he grabs Shannon's horse. He later realizes that the horse he "borrowed" is Sky Pilot - called this because no one can ride him. He'd return him if he could, but the horse throws him every time he tries to mount him.

First published as Outlaw valley by Evan Evans.

When he first arrived in the town of Lister, no one knew anything about him except that he didn't speak, that he was probably a deaf mute. No one knew what to call him, so they called him Shannon. He bought supplies and ventured into a secluded valley and made enough money to take care of himself by selling pelts in town. Then one day Shannon came upon a horse that had been abused and was near death. He had a way with animals, and with patience and tender care, Shannon restored the horse to good health. When the outlaw Terry Shawn enters Shannon's valley with the sheriff and a posse on his trail, he grabs Shannon''s horse. He later realizes that the horse he "borrowed" is Sky Pilot, called this because no one can ride him. He'd return him if he could, but the horse throws him every time he tries to mount him.

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