The Cheyenne Encounter
To ranch foreman Will Bonner, there was too much mystery surrounding Rome Patman. No one knew where he had come from, and the hardcases who followed him were tough characters. The worst of it was that Patman was planning to form a partnership with Bonner’s boss John Isely – and Bonner was helpless to stop it. But then Patman’s own foreman brutally attacked one of Bonner’s cowhands, and some of his hired hands tried to strong-arm the town lawyer to speed up the partnership, Bonner knew that Patman and his crew were up to no good – and that it was up to him to save his boss’s ranch – and possibly his life! D. B. Newton is the author of more than fifty Western novels. He worked in Hollywood creating television series such as Wagon Train and Death Valley Days. Mr. Bennett was one of the founders of the Western Writers of America.
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