Sheepherding man

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Doubleday, 1980 - Fiction - 182 pages
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Judas Priest, a loner and a misanthrope, takes the dangerous job of introducing a herd of sheep into cattle country partly because it will take him a long way from the haunts of men. Then he encounters a widow woman owner of a small, beleaguered ranch, whose principal adversary is the same ruthless cattle baron who is trying to eliminate Priest, and he concludes that there may be something to be said for human contact.

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