Random House Value Publishing, 1995 - American fiction - 435 pages
A western anthology culled from Star Western magazine includes writings by twenty-two popular writers, and each story is prefaced by a brief biography and a chronological listing of the author's contributions to the magazine.
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YELLOW DOG 1934 by Max Brand
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