About this item
D. B. Newton was born in Kansas City, Missouri, obtained a Master's degree in history at the University of Missouri and began publishing Western stories and novelettes in the late 1930s.
Range Feud - Two shots from Nat Brophy's gun brought death to the Hardin brothers. They died - as they had lived - by violence, leaving their young half-brother Clem to restore to the range the peace they had wantonly destroyed.
Red cloth cover, slightly worn and faded. Some foxing on the first couple pages, but not on the pages when the novel begins. Slight foxing on the pages edges, but otherwise pages inside are in good condition.
DW has a tear in the bottom right hand corner and some minor tears along the edges. DW is shelf worn and inside the DW are a couple red marks from the red cloth cover.
- Newton, D.B
- Good ++
- Samson Low
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