Valley of wild horses
In this classic novel of the West, young Panhandle Smith trails the men who ruined his father to New Mexico, only to find them ruling the corrupt town of Marco. Even worse, his childhood sweetheart is now engaged to Dick Hardman, the man Smith has sworn to kill. Smith has a plan. Fighting down his past as a gunman, he prepared to start a new life with only a saloon girl and an itinerant cowboy as his allies. But even the best plans have a way of going awry. Set against the dramatic background of a wild-horse roundup, the plot leads to the inevitable clash between two strong and stubborn men.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Mozzie - LibraryThing
Great! Great! A quick and entertaining read. I only wish that the story could go on for another hundred pages or so, I feel such a connection to the characters and wish I could watch them start their new homesteads. Read full review
It is a thriller. One is always guessing what will happen next. Although, our hero is expected to win in the end, whatever is there in between the beginning and the end, is very thrilling.
One thing though, I could not get how the so called sheriff Matthews dies?