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He Rode Alone

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As a boy he had a look of gaunt horror about him.

As a man he had the cold look of the eternal searcher.

The boy walked out of the wilderness in the late summer of 1855, carrying the sun-blackened remains of a jack rabbit he had been eating on for two days. He had been alone in there for ten days.

Behind him he had left three graves. With him always was the memory of a family
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ebook, 100 pages
Published September 1st 2012 by Prologue Books (first published October 1956)
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Shelves: westerns
Slow in places, but pretty good. I didn't like the main character that much.
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Steve Frazee was born in Salida, Colorado. He began making major contributions to Western pulp magazines with stories set in the American West as well as a number of North-Western tales published in Adventure. Not surprisingly, many of Frazee's novels have become major motion pictures.
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