The Drift Fence

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Grosset & Dunlap, 1933 - American fiction - 314 pages
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Jim Traft's uncle invites him to become foreman at his Arizona ranch despite Jim being a tenderfoot easterner. To stop rustlers from stealing his uncle's cattle, Jim attempts to build a drift fence and encounters conflict from all sides as the fence cuts off free range.

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The Drift Fence is a purely romantic western in the Zane Grey tradition. Jim has come to Arizona as foreman of his uncle's ranch--but really to take on a desperate project--the construction of a fence along the Cibeque Valley. The job turns into the biggest challenge young Jim has ever faced. Only one other challenge rises to the importance of the drift fence and that is winning the love of young Molly Dunn, whose brother Slinger Dunn is a major antagonist of the fence. Jim must find a way to contain the dangerous Slinger while protecting the innocent Molly Dunn.  

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