English aristocrat Abbie Penraven once more takes to the trail.
Publishers of Western Fiction since the 1930s . as. lack Horse Westerns. English aristocrat Abbie Penraven once more takes to the trail. When Abbie's ranch is raided and her friends kidnapped, she sets out to rescue the stolen ones and destroy the nest of bandits.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good western or indeed, anyone who enjoys a good read.
When Abbie’s ranch is raided and her friends kidnapped, she once more takes to the trail, to rescue the stolen ones and destroy the nest of bandits.
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Report an error in the book. RIO BONITO: Joe Kettle possessed the grit and fighting blood of his father, and his father before him. And he needed it, for Wilshaw Broome - once a loyal foreman of the Standing K ranch - was using hired gunmen in his effort to seize the Kettle domain. But each of the three men had his own special reason for going up against overwhelming opposition, and it wasn't all to do with property and livestock To overcome Broome's force, they would play a waiting game, take advantage of the hidden trails and scrub thickets along the Rio Bonito. Then, when the time was right, they would not hesitate to meet force with force and guns with guns.
This book is brilliant and deserves to be read by every western lover. Tom does a great job playing a convincing and sympathetic cowboy. I was nearly killed seven years ago by an unbroken bay horse. 4. Monte Walsh – Jack Shaefer. 5. Hondo – Louis L’Amour. Hondo was the first full-length novel written by Louis L’Amour and is considered his best work. To paraphrase a wagon from Arizona. The old West is not dead.
The Great Western Trail is a north-south long distance multiple use route which runs from Canada to Mexico through five western states in the United States. Designated a National Millennium Trail. In 1776, two Spanish priests, Dominguez and Escalante, camped with Paiute Native Americans at the base of the Kaibab Plateau in northern Arizona.