The tall young cowpuncher known as Panhandle Smith had roped, gambled and fought his way from Montana to New Mexico, but Marco was the most lawless place he had ever seen. And when Panhandle faced down Dick Hardman, he knew he had to destroy Hardman to save his woman and his life.
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Valley of Wild Horses
I had never read an of Zane Grey’s stories.
I just remember Colonel Sherman T. Potter admonishing Radar for bothering him while he was relaxing in his tent whilst reading one of Zane’s novels.
I decided to try giving one of his stories a go and picked the Valley of Wild Horses a go.
I have never read any other cowboy stories, but growing up in the 60s I most certainly watched hundreds of Cowboy Westerns on Saturday and Sunday afternoons in my parents living room.
I have to simply say that I really enjoyed this story and I had trouble putting it down when I got to the end. There were a lot of really bad endings that could have resulted, but in the end as is just the good guys win!
I suggest if you have never read a cowboy story you can’t go wrong starting with this one.