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Hunted wolf : a western quartet

Flynn, T. T. (author.). Flynn, T. T. Container of (work): Hunted wolf. (Added Author). Flynn, T. T. Container of (work): Death for double-O neighbors. (Added Author). Flynn, T. T. Container of (work): Out trail. (Added Author). Flynn, T. T. Container of (work): Powder for Santa Anna. (Added Author).

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Slater Public Library - Griswold.

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Slater Public Library - Griswold LP FLY (Text to phone) 31252140599028 Adult Fiction Large Type Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 1683248953
  • ISBN: 9781683248958
  • Physical Description: 262 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Large Print, 2018.

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note: Death for Double-O neighbors -- The Out Trail -- Powder for Santa Anna -- Hunted wolf.
Summary, etc.: "In four western stories, men fight for survival against conspiring men and the elements of nature"--
Subject: Large type books
Genre: Western fiction.
Western stories.

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Hunted Wolf: a Western Quartet
Hunted Wolf: a Western Quartet
by Flynn, T. T.
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Hunted Wolf: a Western Quartet


In "Death for Double-O Neighbors" Tom Lucas owes plenty to Old Bob Hurley who raised him, helped him start his own ranch, and is the grandfather of the girl Tom loves. When Hurley calls a meeting of all the small ranchers, for whom Tom is a leader, to warn them a range war is headed their way if the skimming off of his yearlings doesn't stop, Tom is torn by his loyalty to Hurley on the one side and to the small ranchers on the other and tries to find a peaceful solution even as he becomes the first target.Stanley Blanton, in the "Out Trail," crashes through a snow bridge with his sled and dogs, injuring his ankle. Two hundred and fifty miles from food and shelter in the midst of a blizzard, all hope seems gone until a sled team appears in the distance, but the man and his team pass him by. How will he survive?
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