Guns UpLarge Print - 1928
The feud was on, and the law in Grail County was suspended. Young men thrilled at the thought of blazing guns. But old men remembered the last bloody range war, when bodies littered the ground and young widows cursed all men, both friend and foe. Each clan was pledged to wipe out the other in the bloodiest range war the prairie had ever seen. A hundred men would die in the worst feud ever to split the West into two seething camps.
Publisher: Thorndike, ME : Center Point Press, 1928
Characteristics: 143 pages