The TexansLarge Print - 2004
Trailmaster Ben Murdock already had enough on his hands when the sky busted open causing five thousand head of beef cattle to stampede in a storm. But that was nothing compared to the trouble that lay ahead for this outfit riding across Texas with a herd to deliver -- an outfit whose loyalties were split like lightning between the trailmaster and his arrogant self-styled rival, Tate Coreman. What happens when this bunch of hard-riding cowboys descends on Eden Grove puts the little town on the Texas map in ways its people had never imagined. And Ben Murdock finds himself facing a challenge he can't refuse, and a threat he can't escape. D. B. Newton was one of the founders of the Western Writers of America, and has applied his considerable talents and authoritative knowledge of the Old West to films, and to television series such as Death Valley Days and Wagon Train.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2004, c1979
Characteristics: 206 p. (large print) ; 23 cm
Edition: Center Point large print ed
Call Number: LP FICTION NEWTON