By: Robb, John.

Price: $10.00 USD

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192 pp, 12mo (7 5/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Colour frontispiece. " 'I'm the fastest gun in the West,' Guthrie boasted. Certainly, he was incredibly fast. He needed to be, for he led a gang of outlaws who took over whole towns in Arizona , looting and killing. One day that gang rode into the peaceful little burgh of Gloryrise. The law was powerless to resist them. Soon that place, too, lay at their mercy. But, as he lay wounded, the town marshal said to his son Shaun: ' T h e r e ' s o ne man who draws a gun faster than man who can lead our people against him! He's a trail scout and folks call him Catsfoot....fetch him....fetch Catsfoot....' The quiet, gentle Catsfoot answered that call. So came ab ou t a te rr ib l e battle of wits and courage. A battle in which the ferocious Apache Indians were to take a decisive hand. This junior Western is told against the authentic background of ravaged Arizona in the years immediately after the Civi l W ar. .. ." L igh t t o m oderate browning to pages, very light edge wear to boards, slight fading and wtinkling at top/bottom of spine, minor soiling marks, browning to edges of textblock. Dust jacket has moderate edge wear/wrinkling, several sma ll t ear s w ith crea ses - som e archivally taped, a few very small chips, colors are bright on front panel illustration. Very good-/Good


Author Name: Robb, John.

Categories: Childrens,

Publisher: Collins, London, 1960.:

Seller ID: 19951

Keywords: Westerns, Wild West, Gunslingers, Arizona, Scouts, Outlaw gangs, Guthrie, Gloryrise, Marshals, Catsfoot, Apaches, Indians.,