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by Frank. Bonham

eBook Blood on the Land download ISBN: 0816174008
Author: Frank. Bonham
Publisher: G.K. Hall; Lrg edition (1994)
Language: English
ePub: 1344 kb
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Rating: 4.4
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Lost Stage Valley (1948). Blood on the Land (1952). The Feud at Spanish Ford (1954).

This article needs additional citations for verification. Find sources: "Frank Bonham" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (June 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Frank Bonham (February 25, 1914 – 1988) was an author of Westerns and young adult novels. Bonham wrote 48 novels, as well as TV scripts. Bonham was born in Los Angeles  . Lost Stage Valley (1948).

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A good man with a rope can do alright on the range, and Ross came back with a string of ponies long enough to save Pacheco Ranch. The old man was dead, and the ranch had supposedly been sold to Lamar Shelton. That's when Ross traded his rope for a carbine and prepared to tangle with something a lot meaner than any mustang.

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Ross Chance's attempt to get back his father's land- which had gone under for taxes- takes on some angry violence .

Exciting and effective.

Frank Bonham was an American writer born in Los Angeles on February 25, 1914. Novels by Frank Bonham: Lost Stage Valley (1950). Blood On the Land (1955). Bonham was the producer of many classic westerns such as "Snaketrack", "Night Raid" and "Durango Kid", writing several hundred westerns and mysteries as well as TV scripts, magazine articles and general children's and young adults' books. Bonham was known often for his young adult fiction of the 1960's including "The Nitty Gritty" and "Durango Street". Frank Bonham died in 1988, but several of his works have been published posthumously.

A pair of action-packed tall tales from Western master Frank Bonham

A pair of action-packed tall tales from Western master Frank Bonham. The first story, Trouble in Temescal, is set in Los Angeles in the days following the Mexican-American War, and tells the tale of two entrepreneurial mustangers, Hank Ashwood and Red Wolfe, who have driven a herd of horses from New Mexico to California for resale

Frank Bonham was an author of Westerns and young adult novels.

Frank Bonham was an author of Westerns and young adult novels. Connected to: Young adult literature ALA Notable Book Pulp magazine.

Blood on the Land (1952). An anthology series is a radio, television or book series that presents a different story and a different set of characters in each episode or season

Blood on the Land (1952). An anthology series is a radio, television or book series that presents a different story and a different set of characters in each episode or season. These usually have a different cast each week, but several series in the past, such as Four Star Playhouse, employed a permanent troupe of character actors who would appear in a different drama each week.

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A good man with a rope can do alright on the range, and Ross came back with a string of ponies long enough to save Pacheco Ranch. But he was too late. The old man was dead, and the ranch had supposedly been sold to Lamar Shelton. That's when Ross traded his rope for a carbine and prepared to tangle with something a lot meaner than any mustang. He had a rifle and a thirst for revenge, and he was determined to settle the Pacheco claim any way he could...
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This is an old Western from my deceased family's library, and I was wondering how it compared with today's stories. Nicely written, and just as good as I remembered the regular Westerns from the 1950's. And no need to Google strange words.
I dropped a star because it centered more around another man's wife than a usual plot of rustlers, killers, indians, etc. But underneath was the hero's successful effort to reclaim his father's ranch. And a good ending, although the crooked sheriff didn't seem to be brought to justice. But the hero didn't kill the bad guy in the end for some unknown reason, sort of thinking he'd suffered enough.
The Johnstone family's "selected" writers would do well to review some good Western writing!
Norm