The last buffalo
An invasion of reformers and prohibitionists has led to the gradual disappearance of the big herds of buffalo from the Great Plains. In Sulphur Creek, the saloon owners have hired gunslingers to intimidate these newcomers, and young Jock Sumner is caught right in the middle. As a ward of the town marshal, Sumner is hot property. When a hunter named O'Brien learns that the boy and the town are in trouble, he decides that it is up to him to prevent a war from tearing the town apart.
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- Frontier and pioneer life -- Great Plains -- Fiction.
- Great Plains -- Fiction.
- Gunfights -- West (U.S.) -- Fiction.
- Hunters -- West (U.S.) -- Fiction.
Edition: Large print ed.
Publisher, Date: Leicester : Linford, 2014.
Description: 309 p. (large print) ; 19 cm.
- "Complete and unabridged."