This trio of short novels presents award-winning author Lewis B.
Patten at his exciting best. In the title story, Lew Harvey was
forced to leave home because of a shooting incident. Now a letter
from his former girlfriend has summoned him back. His parents are
about to be driven off their spread and they need his help, but his
father hasn't forgiven Lew...and more gun trouble may be on the
way. In "Summer Kill," a man seemingly without enemies is murdered
on a nighttime trail ride, and it falls to his two sons to track
down the killer. And "Rustler's Run" tells the story of young Burt
Norden, who has been doing a man's job running the N Bar Ranch
since his father's death. But now he may really have to prove
himself. Rustlers have swept into the area and there's a
confrontation brewing with a local hardcase. Patten creates Western
adventure so real you can almost feel the trail dust, and he was
never better than in these classic tales of action and emotion.
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