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Author: Nelson Nye
ISBN: 0786277912
Language: English
Pages: 31 pages
Category: Genre Fiction
Publisher: Thorndike Press; 1 edition (August 15, 2005)
Rating: 4.8
Formats: azw lit lrf mbr
FB2 size: 1255 kb | EPUB size: 1828 kb | DJVU size: 1754 kb
Sub: Fiction

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Select Format: Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13:9780843933628. Release Date:November 1992.

The Gunfighter Breed. 1942) A novel by Nelson Nye. The scene of this fast two-gun story, based upon the actual records of the notorious Black Jack Ketchum gange, is Six-Shooter Siding - "end of steel" for the Rock Island Railroad's westward-shoving, transcontinental tracks. Used availability for Nelson Nye's The Gunfighter Breed.

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Nelson Nye. Out of a Union prisoner-of-war camp, Rafe had worked his way West and found his family again, all of them working one of the best horse ranches in the Arizona territory. But he soon found out there was a rotten deal afoot to swindle his folks out of their home-and that the ramrod, Spangler, was in it up to his hatbrim.

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The No-Gun Fighter book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Because Smiling Smith was a peace-loving man, he kept his guns hanging.

Because Smiling Smith was a peace-loving man, he kept his guns hanging on the wall of his new badlands ranch. He'd bought that isolated layout for that very reason - without cattle or improvements nobody should have designs on the place. Only it didn't work that way.

Besides Nelson C. Nye he also wrote fiction using the pseudonyms Clem Colt and Drake C. Denver.

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Because Smiling Smith was a peace-loving man, he kept his guns hanging on the wall of his new badlands ranch. He'd bought that isolated layout for that very reason - without cattle or improvements nobody should have designs on the place. Only it didn't work that way. His neighbors, a chip-on-the-shoulder syndicate, wanted him off that range fast. They offered him the means of leaving, either by horse or by coffin.

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