Valley of outlaws

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Valley of outlaws a western story

Brand, Max, 1892-1944.

Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2009.

302 p. ; 22 cm.

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When he first arrived in the town of Lister, no one knew anything about him except that he didn't speak ... that he was probably a deaf mute. No one knew what to call him, so they called him Shannon. He bought supplies and ventured into a secluded valley and made enough money to take care of himself by selling pelts in town. Then one day Shannon came upon a horse that had been abused and was near death. He had a way with animals, and with patience and tender care, Shannon restored the horse to good health. When the outlaw Terry Shawn enters Shannon's valley with the sheriff and a posse on his trail, he grabs Shannon's horse. He later realizes that the horse he "borrowed" is Sky Pilot -- called this because no one can ride him. He'd return him if he could, but the horse throw him every time he tries to mount him.

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ISBN:

978-1-60285-488-8 (lib. bdg. : alk. paper)

ISBN:

978-1-60285-488-8 (lib. bdg. : alk. paper)

LC Call No:

PS3511.A87 V29 2009

Dewey Class No:

813/.52 22

Author:

Brand, Max, 1892-1944.

Title:

Valley of outlaws [text (large print)] : a western story / Max Brand.

Edition:

1stLarge print ed.

Publisher:

Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2009.

Physical:

302 p. ; 22 cm.

Notes:

First published as Outlaw valley by Evan Evans.

Summary:

When he first arrived in the town of Lister, no one knew anything about him except that he didn't speak ... that he was probably a deaf mute. No one knew what to call him, so they called him Shannon. He bought supplies and ventured into a secluded valley and made enough money to take care of himself by selling pelts in town. Then one day Shannon came upon a horse that had been abused and was near death. He had a way with animals, and with patience and tender care, Shannon restored the horse to good health. When the outlaw Terry Shawn enters Shannon's valley with the sheriff and a posse on his trail, he grabs Shannon's horse. He later realizes that the horse he "borrowed" is Sky Pilot -- called this because no one can ride him. He'd return him if he could, but the horse throw him every time he tries to mount him.

AE:PersName:

Evans, Evan, 1892-1944. Outlaw valley.

Call:

LP F Bra

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