by Harold Titus
Publisher: ManyBooks 1916
Number of pages: 206
An alcoholic young man is tossed out of his rich father's house and told not to come back until he gets his life back together. The young man gets on the train for as far as the cash in his wallet will take him, the small cowboy town of Colt, Colorado. What follows is a recovery Western in which the young man becomes a ranch hand and arduously gets himself back together.
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