Jacob Crane had fashioned a cattle empire out of a wilderness and he hoped that his sons, Newlin and Grant, would inherit his industry and zeal. Newlin lived up to all his father's hopes; he was capable and ruthless. Grant was his opposite; frank, fair-minded, with none of the Crane harshness. But the advent of barbed wire heralded an era of turmoil and strife. This was the time when Grant reacted with devastating violence and savagery in the pursuit of frontier justice.
Used availability for Evan Foster's Fence War
September 1989 : UK Hardback
July 1994 : UK Paperback