A western story told by Dan Killoe, a 23-year-old rancher. He travels west with
his father, half-brother, their ranch hands, some neighbors, and their
cattle because it is getting too crowded in east Texas. It is around 1855.
They have trouble with cattle thieves from back home and with Comancheros. There
is the usual march across desert. It is a good one.
Year Read: 2004
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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