He had been a horse-wrangler. Now he owned a ranch -- and he wasn't about to be pushed off it! Montana high country -- with its staggering mountains and lush meadow grass and cool fresh streams -- You'd think there'd be room enough for everybody and his cousin. But not if you were Fred Benbow, owner of 8000 acres of prime grazing land -- and greedy for a piddling 900 more. Because it's what you can't get that sticks in a man's craw. And because Benbow was up against a big, gentle man who wouldn't be pushed, no matter what. So when the bitter winter pinch came, it was Bones Shotten, ex-horse wrangler, who showed Benbow just how big a big man can be.
Used availability for Wade Everett's The Horse Trader