Tincup in the storm country: a western story
Mart Joliffe and his pa owned the Tincup cattle ranch high in the Colorado storm country, up near the Utah border. When sheep rancher John Robineau moved his sheep herd onto Tincup graze land, trouble wasn't far behind. Available now.
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