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Books Books 11 - 20 of about 47 related to The Cheyenne Pool.    

Man outgunned

Lewis B. Patten - Fiction - 1976 - 188 pages
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Hunt the Man Down

Lewis B. Patten - Large type books - 1985 - 236 pages
A Spur Award-winning AuthorIt all began with a raging snowstorm and a woman's terrified scream. And suddenly Mike Logan found himself forced to flee for his life, accused of a ...
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The Odds Against Circle L

Lewis B. Patten - Fiction - 2004 - 128 pages
Tag Landry's brother meant to kill him, and in a drunken frenzy might just as easily shoot the old man too. Tag realised that he was outnumbered as he returned at last to ...
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Guns of Vengeance: A Western Duo

Lewis B. Patten - Fiction - 2003 - 203 pages
Incessant heat and drought have taken their toll on the Wild Horse Valley range. When a rancher diverts all the water left in the creek, giving his ranch more water than it ...
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Massacre Ridge

Lewis B. Patten - Fiction - 2005 - 216 pages
A Spur Award-winning AuthorJess Paddock was the only man in Fort Kearny who knew what was going on. As a former major in the Confederate Army he'd fought with the best of them ...
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Death Stalks Yellowhorse

Lewis B. Patten - Fiction - 1997 - 189 pages
Western Large Print Edition Sheriff Hickory Marks had a life or death task: find the vengeful Indian on a murderous, bloody warpath, or the town of Yellowhorse would be wiped ...
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The Best Western Stories of Lewis B. Patten

Lewis B. Patten, Bill Pronzini - Fiction - 1987 - 162 pages
Patten’s characters are real people whose lives are shattered by the violence of a gunshot, who suffer from the brutality of misplaced hatred, and who sometimes succeed in ...
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Vengeance Rider

Lewis B. Patten - Fiction - 2005 - 224 pages
A Spur Award-winning AuthorThey'd branded him "wife-killer," and hunted him like a varmint. After fifteen years in the hoosegow for the murder of his wife, Ross Logan was back ...
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