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Outlaw town : a Ralph Compton novel / by David Robbins.

Robbins, David, 1950- author. (Author).
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  • 15 of 16 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Akron Carnegie Public Library - Akron fic (Text) 75253000052711 Adult NEW Fiction Available -
Alexandria-Monroe Public Library - Alexandria P ROB (Text) 37521530710138 AMPL Adult Paperback Western Checked out 11/03/2016
Bloomfield Eastern Greene County Public Library - Bloomfield WESTERN FIC COM (Text) 36803000968490 WESTERN Available -
Brazil Public Library - Brazil WESTERN ROBBINS (Text) 38160000380780 Second Floor, Fiction Available -
Brownstown Public Library - Brownstown WES COMPTON (Text) 79361000096343 Adult Western Available -
Cambridge City Public Library - Cambridge City W Com (Text) 76893000259760 Westerns Available -
Eckhart Public Library - Main F ROBBINS david Outlaw (Text) 840191002245762 New Fiction - Main Floor Available -
Garrett Public Library WES COM (Text) 30010170762721 Western Available -
Kendallville Public Library - Kendallville PBK FIC COM (Text) 37516002019389 Adult Paperback Fiction Available -
LaGrange County Public Library - LaGrange W ROB (Text) 30477100893530 Adult: Western Available -
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  • ISBN: 9781101990209
  • ISBN: 1101990201
  • Physical Description: 311 pages ; 18 cm
  • Publisher: New York, New York : Penguin Group USA 2016.

Content descriptions

General Note: At head of title: Ralph Compton.
Excerpt from Phantom Hill by Carlton Stowers (pages 305 to 311).
Summary, etc.: There’s trouble on the trail drive in this USA Today bestselling series... Chancy Gantry and Ollie Teal are honest cowpunchers, riding herd on fifteen hundred longhorns from Texas to Kansas. Their trail boss, Lucas Stout, is tough but fair. He’s never lost a hand on a drive and doesn’t aim to start now. So when a cowhand needs a sawbones bad, Stout sends Chancy and Ollie to escort the man to a town called Prosperity, which none of them has ever heard of. At first glance, the town looks deserted—but the saloon is full. The dusty denizens of Prosperity are happy to help the ailing cowboy, especially when they hear about the herd grazing a few miles away. Chancy and Ollie are about to discover that some towns are a lot easier to ride into than to ride out of....
Subject: Cowboys > Fiction.
Cattle drives > Fiction.
Genre: Western stories.

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