Sam Booker and Piney Talcott each had one strike against them. Sam had killed a man in Texas and Piney was born black. But each man had a dream. When chance brought them togther, that dream became a reality -- the ranch called Razor Edge. As they worked to make the ranch a success, Booker lost some of his lonely wildness and Talcott won the respect of the townspeople of Quesada. Both of them gained the friendship of the town marshal and the affection of his beautiful daughter, Alicia. When power-hungry men from El Paso secretly buy up local ranches for grazing and water rights, only Booker and Talcott stand in the way of a complete takeover. But not even the threats of a bloody range war can make them run. Only death can force them to give up Razor Edge.
Used availability for William R Cox's Gunfight At Razor Edge
May 2013 : UK Hardback
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