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April P. reviewed The Outcasts and the Ranch at Powder River (2 Complete Westerns in One Low-Cost Volume) on
When Johnny Hawkins rode into the Blackfoot camp he was looking for a safe haven from unfriendly indians. But there was bad medicine in the camp, and the Blackfeet looked like they wanted his hide for a blanket. There was only one solution: capture the wild white stallion that legend said would end the tribe's troubles. Only problem was, white horses were as scarce as mortals in a fancy house. And even if he could find one, he'd have to outwit heavily armed renegades to get it back to camp
The Ranch at Powder River:
When the foreman was killed by rustlers, Montana Abbot took over the Powder River herd. No stranger to trouble or to cattle drives, he thought it would be an easy job. But when he learned the steers he was trailer were stolen, and that there had been a massacre, he got downright anxious. For he was caught in a deadly cross-fire with enemies on all sides-and his only friend was his shotgun.