To Find a Place: Western Stories
Robert Easton, a western author whose writing The New York Times proclaimed "good writing that is difficult and rare, " presents the best of his Western short stories for the first time in book form. "Quick and the Cat" tells of a bounty hunter who kills the cubs of a ranging mountain lion only to find himself in the cave where she has made her den. In "Nobody Danced," modern ranch life is depicted as two men confront each other at a town dance. And a black outlaw bull is the target of a man's quest to rope him in "The Legend of Storm."
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