Roaring Springs was a quiet town -- at least it was untilSantee Ransome rode in. A gambler by profession, Ransome had come to Roaring Springs to find an old friend. Instead, heâs walked into the biggest gamble of his life.
At stake were the life of Ransomeâs friend from the hangman, and the freedom of the entire community from the tyranny of one man, Patrick Clancy.
By L. L Foreman
He was a tall man, broad across the shoulders and long in the arms and legs. His knee-length coat and wide-brimmed hat were as black as his waiting horse. /to look at him brought the thought, "Preacher,"
That he was not. He was a lobo long-rider, a master of the various specialized crafts that kept him alive and ahead of the multiple dangers that everlastingly haunted his wayward trail.
Originally serialized in the pulps in 1941-42. This is a first book publication (I think).
///covers are clean an bright, with edge and corner wear. One crease in the spine. Pages are off-white. Binding is tight, slightly concave, with a hinge crease on each side.
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