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Bullets on Bunchgrass

Carr Lindon was one of five ranchers whose lands surrounded the prize bunchgrass that made up the big Government graze in the center of the valley. Pat Tyler, Lindon’s closest fried and neighbor, was another. All made use of the lush bunchgrass and, together, enjoyed prosperity and peace … until the day Tyler was accused of rustling stock.

The only answer Carr could get from Pat was that he should watch out for Neil Griff, a newcomer to the valley. When Carr went to Sheriff Sim Nash to enlist his help in reasoning with Pat, he was curtly turned down.

To prevent the other ranchers from hanging his best friend, Lindon was compelled to take the law into his own hands …

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