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Ralph Compton : the Cheyenne Trail [text (large print)] / Jory Sherman.

By: Sherman, Jory.
Contributor(s): Compton, Ralph.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Thorndike Press large print Western series: Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, 2014Copyright date: ©2014Edition: Large print edition.Description: 413 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781410467294 (hardback); 1410467295 (hardcover).Other title: Cheyenne Trail.Subject(s): Cowboys -- Fiction | Cattle drives -- Fiction | Cheyenne Indians -- Fiction | Revenge -- Fiction | Friendship -- Fiction | Ranchers -- Fiction | Ranches -- Fiction | Wyoming -- FictionGenre/Form: Large type books. | Western stories.DDC classification: 813/.54 Summary: Chip Chippendale met Reese Balleen after the War Between the States, when the two cowboys drove a herd up from Texas together. When Chip laid eyes on Wyoming, he knew he was home, and the two friends split off on different trails. But when Reese's home is burned by a marauding band of Cheyenne warriors, he's faced with ruin -- and makes matters worse by gunning down the Cheyenne leader's son. Now a target of the most vicious renegade on the high plains, Reese turns to his old friend Chip. And Chip never forgets his friends.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

OLD FRIENDS


Chip Chippendale met Ransom Barnes after the War Between the States, when the two cowboys drove a herd up from Texas together. But when Chip first laid eyes on Wyoming, he knew he was home, and the two friends split off on different trails.

NEW ENEMIES

Each man went on to own his own ranch, but when Ransom's home is attacked and burned by a marauding band of Cheyenne warriors, he is faced with ruin--and makes matters worse by gunning down the Cheyenne leader's son. A target of the most vicious renegade on the high plains, Ransom turns to his old friend Chip. And Chip never forgets his friends--even if it means making a few enemies

"A Ralph Compton novel"-Cover.

Chip Chippendale met Reese Balleen after the War Between the States, when the two cowboys drove a herd up from Texas together. When Chip laid eyes on Wyoming, he knew he was home, and the two friends split off on different trails. But when Reese's home is burned by a marauding band of Cheyenne warriors, he's faced with ruin -- and makes matters worse by gunning down the Cheyenne leader's son. Now a target of the most vicious renegade on the high plains, Reese turns to his old friend Chip. And Chip never forgets his friends.

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