Range War. Utah Blaine had escaped from a Mexican prison and was headed north on foot when he came upon a hanging. The man in the noose was a tough old Texas rancher; the executioners were his own men turned against him, and Blaine stepped out of the shadows just in time to save a life. Now Blaine has a proposition: He'll ride to the rancher's land, take over as foreman of his outfit, and take on his enemies. Blaine is no stranger to fighting in another man's war, but soon enough he'll find a reason of his own: a cause worth dying for, and a woman worth living for...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - SunnySD - LibraryThing
Standard L'amour -- gunfights, fistfights, and righting of wrongs. Utah Blaine is a penniless drifter who encounters a hanging party. He manages to rescue the old man being lynching, and learns that ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ague - LibraryThing
Utah Blaine is a gunfighter who stops a hanging and then goes on to stop a guy's range from being acquired by greedy men. Second time reading it was not as much fun as the first. Read full review