New Hope: Western Stories

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Five Star, 1998 - Fiction - 255 pages
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New Hope combines three of Ernest Haycox's finest short novels with the interconnected short stories he wrote about New Hope, a freighting town on the Missouri River. "The Roaring Hour" is concerned with Clay Travis, the new town marshal of Buffalo Crossing, and his conflicts with Tom Cilliam, owner of a gambling hall. In "The Kid from River Red" the Kid, in order to be accepted into Dusty Bill's outlaw gang, must kill someone. "The Hour of Fury" is set in the booming gold camp of Dug Gulch and "New Hope" brings together for the first time the stories Haycox wrote about this frontier town in Nebraska Territory. *First Edition Western

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Foreword
7
The Kid from River Red
48
The Hour of Fury
87
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Ernest Haycox was born in Portland, Oregon on October 1, 1899. He graduated with a degree in journalism from the University of Oregon. During his lifetime, he wrote more than 20 novels, most of which were first serialized in Collier's Magazine or The Saturday Evening Post, and more than 300 short stories. His works include Trouble Shooter, The Earthbreakers, and The Adventurers. Several of his novels were adapted into movies including Stagecoach, Union Pacific, and Canyon Passage. He died from cancer on October 13, 1950 at the age of 51.

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