Rawhide: A Western Quintet
A quintet of stories, most dating from the 1930s. They include The Devil's Brand, on a cowboy who wins a ranch in a poker game which brings him nothing but grief, and Wild Wind, Brave Wind, on a range war between cattlemen and sheepmen. By the author of the short story, The Man from Laramie.
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