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Publisher Description

The original 1949 pulp magazine version of this classic Louis L'Amour featuring one of his most famous characters, Lance Kilkenny, Eastern educated, drawn to the western plains after the Civil War, Kilkenny was a loner and legendary gunfighter, who picked his causes carefully. Mort Davis had saved Lance Kilkenny's life and now Davis needed Kilkenny's help. Davis had filed a claim in the Live Oak country on a water hole near Lost Creek, an area dominated by two cattlemen, each claiming rights to the water hole. When Kilkenny met Nita Riordan, beautiful strong-willed owner of the Apple Canyon Saloon, the two were drawn to each other. Nita warned Kilkenny that a mysterious man behind the scenes was orchestrating a range war and had already hired men to kill him. In order to save Davis and prevent the range war, Kilkenny knew he would have to think fast - and shoot faster. Includes a special Foreword about the author and book. (Cover adapted from the original pulp magazine cover image.)

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2013
7 May
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
60
Pages
PUBLISHER
Renaissance E Books
SELLER
Renaissance E Books, Inc
SIZE
444.8
KB

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