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Where the long grass blows / Louis L'Amour.

By: L'Amour, Louis, 1908-1988.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Bantam Books/Dell, 2009, ©1976Edition: Bantam mass market reissue.Description: 213 pages ; 18 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780553281729; 0553281720.Subject(s): Western stories | Ranch life -- Fiction | Cattle trade -- Fiction | Frontier and pioneer life -- United States -- Fiction | Cattle trade | Frontier and pioneer life | Ranch life | Western stories | United StatesGenre/Form: Western fiction. | Fiction. | Western stories. | Western fiction. | Western fiction.DDC classification: 813.52 Summary: Bill Canavan rode into the valley with a dream to start his own ranch. But when he managed to stake claims on the three best water holes, the other ranchers turned against him. No one is more determined to see Canavan dead than Star Levitt. Levitt is an unscrupulous businessman who has been accumulating cattle at an alarming rate. Suspicious after witnessing a secret meeting between the riders of warring ranches, Bill begins noticing other dubious behavior: Why is Levitt's fiancée, Dixie Venable, acting more like a hostage than a willing bride-to-be? Canavan doesn't have much time to figure out what's going on. The entire valley is against him, and everyone is ready to shoot on sight.
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"A Bantam book."--Title page verso.

Bantam ed. published November 1976; Bantam mass market reissue / March 2009.

Bill Canavan rode into the valley with a dream to start his own ranch. But when he managed to stake claims on the three best water holes, the other ranchers turned against him. No one is more determined to see Canavan dead than Star Levitt. Levitt is an unscrupulous businessman who has been accumulating cattle at an alarming rate. Suspicious after witnessing a secret meeting between the riders of warring ranches, Bill begins noticing other dubious behavior: Why is Levitt's fiancée, Dixie Venable, acting more like a hostage than a willing bride-to-be? Canavan doesn't have much time to figure out what's going on. The entire valley is against him, and everyone is ready to shoot on sight.

Accelerated Reader AR UG 5.9 9 7100.

Reading Counts RC High School 8.8 11 Quiz: 14111 Guided reading level: NR.

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Where the long grass blows / by L'Amour, Louis, ©1976
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