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LAWLESS RANGE.  WHITE CIRCLE POCKET EDITION C.D. 395., Lee, Ranger.
1 Lee, Ranger. LAWLESS RANGE. WHITE CIRCLE POCKET EDITION C.D. 395.
Collins, Toronto, c1949. 
152 pp, mass market paperback. "They met in the wilderness. The man on the long-legged sorrel appeared suddenly round the rocky point that hid the trail ahead and came face to face with the girl on the grey. His name was Clay Dustin - Dusty for s hort - and he was a stranger in that lawless land where rustlers and horse-thieves still plied their dangerous yet profitable trade. Velma, the girl on the grey, was in search of her wild and reckless brother, whose failure to return to he r f a t h e r ' s ranch was the cause of some anxiety. She gladly accepts the assistance proffered by Dusty, little knowing what stirring adventures loomed ahead...." Interior - moderate browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ow n er sh ip m ar ks . Exterior - light edge wear, soft corner creases, wrinkling on spine, light to moderate browning, very light rubbing. Good 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
LITANY OF LEAD.  COUGAR WESTERN NO. 391., McLure, Scott.
2 McLure, Scott. LITANY OF LEAD. COUGAR WESTERN NO. 391.
Cleveland Publishing, Sydney, (Australia, n.d.). 
146 pp, mass market paperback. "The stage holdup at Hoyt's Crossing triggered off a chain of explosions that rocked the quiet hills. The hunter became the hunted; a horsethief died violently; a peace-loving parson found a new way to win a flock. And through it all, one man diced death and the bitter hammering of desperate sixguns in a violent...'Litany of Lead'." Interior - pages browning, small soft bump to top corner of covers and pages, very small soft crease to bottom corner of pages 99 to 140, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light to moderate edge wear, crease down front cover near spine, book lightly cocked, spine has one wrinkle. G- 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE DAKOTA DEAL.  LION BOOKS 187., Ryan, Riley.
3 Ryan, Riley. THE DAKOTA DEAL. LION BOOKS 187.
Lion Books, New York, 1954 (A Lion Original). 
128 pp, mass market paperback. "They rode by night, surrounded his place, poked their gleaming rifles at him. They tied him to a fencepost. And then, the torchlight throwing long twisting shadows over the land, he watched them take Beth, throw he r to the ground, and - And rape her. There wasn't much that Johnny Burr remembered after that. Not that it mattered. There wasn't much to remember. Just one man's face. A man named Zack. He would find Zack, trail him a thousand mile s i f h e h ad to, but find him. And when he did - And when he did, he'd beat the man to death.... But when he did find Zack, Zack was a smiling man who walked easy and carried two guns. And Zack had a hundred men behind him. But worst of a ll , h is na me wa sn't Zack - and Johnny wasn't sure. He wasn't sure this man he had come so far to kill was the right man. And so he waited, the vengeance gorging him, turning him sick with rage. And while he waited, Zack coolly plotted John ny' s dea th. " I nte r ior - light to moderate browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - edges of textblock browned, book is cocked, very light edge wear - more on spine edges, slight fading to color on sp ine/ rear h inge . G oo d 
Price: 8.00 USD
 
 
WOLF OF THE MESAS.  HARLEQUIN NO. 6., Snow, Charles H.
4 Snow, Charles H. WOLF OF THE MESAS. HARLEQUIN NO. 6.
Harlequin, Winnipeg, (1949). 
192 pp, mass market paperback. "In the wild frontier town of Vadora - hideout of killers and desperadoes - the sinister and romantic figure of Bill Hammond appeared. With the lighning play of his guns, he established his identity and place as a desperate leader of desperate men..." Interior - pages browning, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - moderate edge wear, corner and hinge crease on front cover, light rubbing, tiny #3 faintly written on top of text block, book is cocked. Good reading copy. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
UNTAMED GUN.  COUGAR WESTERN NO. 390., Stroud, Luke.
5 Stroud, Luke. UNTAMED GUN. COUGAR WESTERN NO. 390.
Cleveland Publishing, Sydney, (Australia, n.d.). 
145 pp, mass market paperback. Contents: Company for Supper; Sixgun Surprise; Trouble Comes Easy for Texans; Old Jubal Rides In; Last Time Two; Killers; Vigil for Curly; Time to Decide; Bart Takes the Badge; "We Got Him, Boys!"; Badge-Baiter; Sixgun Showdown. Interior - pages browning, slightly cracked at pages 30/31, otherwise clean with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - book is cocked, light edge wear, crease down front hinge, spine is wrinkled, light curvature to book. G - 
Price: 20.00 USD
 


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