Buck Colter

Buck Colter

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In the Cimarron, other men had all the power. But he had a fire burning in his soul...

They called it the wild land. No Man's Land. The Cimarron. And in the lawless strip of open range between Texas and Kansas, one man had the wildest ambitions of all: to build a ranch with his own two hands and live by the same rules as the wealthiest, most powerful cattle barons around him. In the Cimarron, everyone knew Buck Colter was courting danger by branding his own steers. What people didn't know was where Buck had come from, what he had seen, and who he really was. Because for a man who had once lost his entire world, fear had lost all meaning--and in a wild land, ne hell of a fight was all part of the plan...

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Paperbacks, 2000, c1976
ISBN: 9780312974053
Branch Call Number: BRAU
Characteristics: 244 pages

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