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Happy Hawkins

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Excerpt:' he won't hurt me unless he sees me first," sez I. "You better keep Fido an' the gun. I don't want to be bothered with a couple o' noncombatants." Fido was a little black woolly-faced dog, an' he didn't impress me as bein' no old Injun-fighter. I went out an' chased a cat out o' the bushes; but didn't flush up a single thing wantin' to disturb the peace, ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published August 1st 2012 by (first published 1910)
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Mar 01, 2013 Ron rated it it was ok
Shelves: early-westerns
This rambling novel is narrated by a cowboy working on and off at a ranch called the Diamond Dot, somewhere in Wyoming. A foreman for the ranch owner, Jabez “Cast Steel” Judson, he spends most of his time as a companion for Judson’s daughter, Barbie. At the start of the novel, she is six years old, and at novel’s end she is grown up and married.

During those dozen or so years, Happy leaves the ranch for long periods of time, working on other ranches or traveling about. He spends two winters as wa
zoe rated it really liked it
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