Guns From Powder Valley by Peter Field (Bantam 68 – 1947)

Guns From Powder Valley by Peter Field

Guns From Powder Valley by Peter Field

The Stevens’ peaceful and quiet life on the Lazy Mare Ranch in Powder Valley came to an abrupt and violent end when they learned why the Suttons couldn’t come for dinner. First, Pat Stevens’ disreputable but goodhearted cronies, Sam and Ezra, showed up with a terrifying letter from Dusty Canyon. Next, without warning, a black-hooded rider thundered into the Lazy Mare and thrust a crudely scrawled note into Pat’s hand.

The two notes dynamited Pat and his pals into a deadly battle against the gang of hooded robbers, a battle which turned out to be a fight for their own lives as well as for those of their friends.

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Title: Guns From Powder Valley
Author: Davis Dresser (AKA Brett Halliday) writing as Peter Field
Imprint & Number: Bantam 68
Cover price: none
Publication date: 1947
Cover artist: uncredited
ISBN: none

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