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London, United Kingdom, Collins. 1965, First UK. Hard Cover with dust jacket, 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Originally published in paperback. "He stopped in the doorway as tall as I remembered, with a thin handsome face and a pearl handled pistol tied to his thigh. He was smoking a cigar and kept it in his mouth when he smiled. He said 'I just don't feel like a lot of talk' and then his hand went down and up and I was shock to see he'd pulled a gun that fast. Montana was a big state, and the Broke T was one of the biggest spreads, sprawling over three counties. It was big enough for a man on the run, or a couple of reformed outlaws, to ride up there and hire out as cowhands and be safe. But no ranch is big enough to let a man hide from himself, and Charlie Hatch, was a man who liked to see things settled." CONDITION 160 pages, crisp copy with new eps, owners initials top edge, DJ been in brodart at some stage and it has caused light bleeding to edges, tape marks to bds which are otherwise clean. Good/Good.
USD 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 31.25 | £UK 28 | JP¥ 3817] Book number 13630

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