A Stranger in Stirrup

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Chivers Press, 1990 - Fiction - 191 pages
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Sage hampton rode into Eden Valley with a faint premonition of trouble ahead. Before he reached the hub of the valley. Before he reached the hub of the valley, the little cow town of Stirrip, the premonition had given way to a chilling certainty. For he learned that his brother Ross, owner of the flying H. Ranch, had been killed two days before. It had been at Ross' request that Sage had come to advise on ross' fantastic irrigation project. Now instead, he would have to stay and bring Ross' murderer to justice ...

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