The Cumberland Transportation Company and the SM cattle outfit had been feuding over a right-of-way for years, but until someone deliberately set fire to SM's autumn feed there didn't appear to be much reason to expect a real range war. After that, CTC sent down Leo Bishop, the son of a company executive. And before Leo fairly got acquainted around the countryside, he was in a fight up to his neck with the big SM cow outfit - which was owned and operated by a woman. Leo had a lot to learn, and not a lot of time to learn it.
Used availability for Lauran Paine's Buffalo Township
August 2005 : USA Hardback