Arizona Ames

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Grosset & Dunlap, 1932 - Arizona - 310 pages
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Arizona Ames they called him, and for years his name struck fear into the hearts of bad men all over the West. To some, Arizona was a badman; he was quick with a six-gun; to be sure there were many notches in the Colt he threw with such lightning rapidity; but there was a story behind all that. When old Cappy Tanner appears, driving his burros up the trail to Mescal Ridge to see his old friends on the Ames ranch, things begin to happen every minute from then on until at last Rich Ames finds peace and love.

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User Review  - Ethan Kreuzburg - Goodreads

I liked the book but it was not the most intriguing. Read full review

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User Review  - Stefaniab - Goodreads

This late-period Zane Grey is not the best of his novels by far. However, Rich (Arizona) Ames is one of his most likeable gunslingers. After the bad guys try to "ruin" his twin sister Nesta, Ames ... Read full review


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