Last Stand at Saber River
In LAST STAND AT SABER RIVER, a Civil War veteran returns home to find a Yankee's private army living on his land, while another enemy waits to strike...Paul Cable has fought - and lost - for the Confederacy but when he returns home he finds that his own war is far from over. The Union Army and two brothers--and a beautiful woman-- have taken over Cable's spread and are refusing to give it back. But Cable is determined that no one is going to take his future away--not with words, not with treachery, and not with guns.
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Review: Last Stand at Saber RiverUser Review - Martin Cerjan - Goodreads
Excellent western with all the archetypes working overtime. Excellent plotting and pure genius to set it in Arizona at the end of the Civil War. I liked this one better than Hombre and Valdez Is Coming. Read full review
Review: Last Stand at Saber RiverUser Review - David Williams - Goodreads
Great western. As always with Leonard the character are what drive the story. Cable is a man who wants to put the Civil War behind him as he returns home. Others want his land. When he first built his joke he had to defend it from Apaches. Now he has to defend it from other men who want to take it. Read full review