The Guns of Stingaree
A Shawn Starbuck WesternLarge Print - 2001
The whole valley feared King Mallory and his savage land raids. Mallory owned Stingaree and most of the Gila Valley except for Arrowhead Ranch -- land he was determined to seize. Mallory offered Shawn Starbuck the job of heading his band of raiders. Though Starbuck refused, he still found himself involved in bloody night rides, a lynching, and murder. How could Starbuck stop the spreading violence? How could he right the savage wrongs that Mallory had committed . . . especially when young Jack Mallory seemed determined to continue the evil ways of his father?
Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Thorndike Press ; Bath, England : Chivers Press, 2001, c1973
Edition: Large print edition
Characteristics: 211 pages (large print) ;,22 cm.