Hopalong Cassidy

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Macmillan, Dec 15, 1992 - Fiction - 392 pages
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Jim Meeker came down from Montana to run Texas cattle--only to find that Hoppy's Bar-20 ran the water. So when a trio of snake-mean rustlers started themselves a cattle war, the powder was primed, the guns cocked, and Hoppy was smack in the middle.

So it's friend against friend, brother against brother, gun against blazing gun. Time's running out, and the range is red with blood.
  

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Contents

Antonios Scheme
1
Mary Meeer Rides North
9
The Roundup
17
In West Arroyo
31
Hopalong Asserts Himself
38
Meefcer Is Told
44
Hopalong Meets Meeker
50
On the Edge of the Desert
57
Lucas Visits the Peak
168
Hopalong and Red Go Scouting
175
Reds Discomfiture
181
Antonios Hevenge
194
Frisco Visits Eagle
204
Shaw Has Visitors
210
Nevada Joins Shaw
215
Surrounded
219

On the Peak
64
Buck Visits Meeker
70
Three Is a Crowd
76
Hobble Bums and Sleepers
85
Hopalong Grows Suspicious
90
The Compromise
94
Antonio Meets Friends
102
The Feint
108
Pete Is Tricked
113
The Line House Recaptured
124
Antonio Leaves the H2
132
What the Dam Told
145
Hopalong Rides South
157
Up the Wall
232
Fortune Snickers at Doc
241
Nature Tories a Hand
246
Doc Trails
258
Discoveries
264
Johnny Takes the Hut
272
The Lcrsf Night
278
Their Last Fight
285
A Disagreeable Task
289
Thirst
294
Changes
298
Hopalongs Reward
301
Copyright

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The American Western
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About the author (1992)

Clarence E. Mulford is the creator of the character Hopalong Cassidy, who appeared in countless films, novelizations, and a long running television series. Mulford died in 1956.

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