There'd never be another man like Joe Pardee. Will Beeson tells of the people Joe knew and loved who were left behind after his untimely death, and as he lay dying, Joe's last thought was for a woman called Kathy Morgan. Now his disabled widow Sarah has to manage the cattlehands and keep the Box P ranch in business, trying to make a living from the ranch and protecting it from new settlers coming to Easter Valley and threatening their livelihood ...
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