The Woman at Ox-Yoke

The Woman at Ox-Yoke

A Western Duo

Large Print - 2001
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One of the most popular and respected authors of Western fiction, Lewis B. Patten received three Spur Awards from the Western Writers of America and was honored with the Golden Saddleman Award for lifetime achievement. Now you can experience the excitement and glory of the Old West as only Patten could present it, in two of his greatest short novels. In "The Guns in Greasewood Valley," two brothers become embroiled in an escalating battle when one of them resorts to violence to defend his wife's honor. "The Woman at Ox-Yoke" tells the story of Dan Iles, sent by his father to Ox-Yoke Ranch to see how much of their water the owner is diverting through his floodgate. The owner isn't there when Dan arrives, but his wife is, and she has plans of her own for young Dan--plans that may lead to murder

Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press ; Bath, England : Chivers Press, 2001, c2000.
Edition: Large print ed. --
ISBN: 9780754047131
Branch Call Number: LP FIC Patte
Characteristics: 296 p.


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