The Rider of Golden Bar
by William Patterson White
Publisher: ManyBooks 1922
Number of pages: 279
Spirited story, full of action, which should please readers of western fiction. The hero, who is elected sheriff on the supposition that he is lazy and easy-going, proves an unpleasant surprise to the corrupt ring that had supported him.
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