Sawtooth Ranch

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The Floating Press, Nov 1, 2012 - Fiction - 190 pages
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The career of prolific writer of Westerns novels B. M. Bower was notable for several reasons. The author, who always used initials as part of her pen name, was born Bertha Muzzy and was the first female writer to make a significant mark in the genre. Secondly, many of Bower's books were adapted for the big screen, and her characters and landscape descriptions have been indelibly stamped on the conventions of classic Western films. Whether you're a first-time reader or a long-time fan, Sawtooth Ranch will surely please fans of classic Westerns.
 

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Contents

Chapter I Little Fish
4
Chapter II The Enchantment of Long Distance
11
Chapter III Reality is Weighed and Found Wanting
18
Chapter IV Shes a Good Girl When She Aint Crazy
28
Chapter V A Death by Accident
39
Chapter VI Lone Advises Silence
48
Chapter VII The Man at Whisper
59
Chapter VIII It Takes Nerve Just to Hang On
69
Chapter XIV Franks Dead
123
Chapter XV Swan Trails a Coyote
133
Chapter XVI The Sawtooth Shows its Hand
139
Chapter XVII Yack Dont Lie
150
Chapter XVIII I Think Al Woodruffs Got Her
162
Chapter XIX Swan Calls for Help
170
Chapter XX Kidnapped
177
Chapter XXI Oh I Could Kill You
183

Chapter IX The Evil Eye of the Sawtooth
80
Chapter X Another Sawtooth Accident
88
Chapter XI Swan Talks with His Thoughts
100
Chapter XII The Quirt Parries the First Blow
109
Chapter XIII Lone Takes His Stand
116
Chapter XXII Yack I Lick You Good if You Bark
192
Chapter XXIII I Coulda Loved this Little Girl
197
Chapter XXIV Another Story Begins
205
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