North to the rails

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Bantam Books, 1971 - American fiction - 200 pages
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Tom, Borden Chantry's son, was a peacable man, and simply wanted to do his business out West and return to his firm in the East. But when French Williams and his outlaws mistook Tom for a victim, he had no choice but to start packing a revolver, and using it, too.

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User Review  - atoponce - LibraryThing

I thought this was a great read. Unforunately, it's not Borden Chantry's story, but his son Tom's. At first, I was disappointed. I really like Borden Chantry's character, and was hoping to read more ... Read full review

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User Review  - lamour - LibraryThing

Tom Chantry comes west to buy cattle for his future father-in-law's meat packing plant. When he doesn't except a gun fight challenge, men think he is a coward. He just didn't think getting someone ... Read full review


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