The Last Free Range by James A. Ritchie
(Walker Western)

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Bad feelings crop up among 1886 Texas range ranchers after a surplus of livestock limits grazing areas, and when Ben Hawkins and his best friends find jobs at rival outfits, they are drawn into disputes that are not their own.
 

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Published July 1, 1995 by Walker & Co. 213 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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A burned-out wagon and a family slaughtered by outlaws mark a grim welcome for Ben Hawkins and his two saddle partners as they return to Arizona in this sequel to The Last Free Range (1995).

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A good ear for dialogue and a sense of period detail add texture to what would otherwise have been a routine oater, and in Ben Hawkins, Ritchie has created an affable, world-weary and reluctant hero worthy of a sequel.

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