Tumbling Range WomanLarge Print - 2005
Dallas McQuiston was riding north when he camped on the Tumbling Range. That's when he saw June Darland and his world changed. He had to have this woman! The three toughest gringos in Texas ordered him to move on; the sheriff warned him to get out or get killed; his own partner begged him to keep his head about him and get out of town. But McQuiston was a stubborn man. This was the woman he wanted -- and if he had to fight for her, he was ready to turn the range into a smoking slaughterhouse. Steve Frazee was born in Salida, Colorado and went to school in a Summit County mining town. His stories are honest Westerns about the real men and women who lived and struggled in the West. They're also a reminder that some things don't change very much. Many of his books were made into highly acclaimed Western films in the 1950s and '60s.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2005, c1956
Branch Call Number: LP WES FRA
Characteristics: 238 p. ; 23 cm