Law of the Lariat
by Gordon Landsborough.
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- Print Length: 128 pages.
- Language: English.
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Law of the Lariat
Blood will be spilt…
Kim Caradoe, a courageous frontiersman, is risking his life to fight against an Indian chief and a brutal General for the survival of others.
This leads Caradoe along dangerous paths, as the Indian chief intends to wipe out every white man in the West, whilst the General is well known as the Butcher of Indians.
This bitter feud leads to brutal attacks and trickery, and it’s not long before no one’s safe.
Renegade riders ride into traps that half their number in minutes and it is repeatedly uncertain as to who will manage to survive.
After re-igniting a rivalry that dates back hundreds of years, will the white men and the Indians ever be able to live in peace?
Can one man bring two opposing communities together?
Or will Caradoe’s efforts fall short and this be the end of the wild west as we know it…?
Law of the Lariat is a gripping tale on Indian Warfare, revealing the story of the massacre at Three Pine Creek and the two wars that followed.
Praise for Gordon Landsborough
‘A punchy tale coupled with plenty of action – an engaging read!’ – Philip McCormac, bestselling western author
Gordon Landsborough (1913-1984) was a publisher, author and bookseller. Writing tales about the exploits of gun-toting cowboys fighting out on the arid sands of the Wild West, Landsborough was himself a pioneering in the English paperback publishing world of the 1950s. He was widely known amongst his peers as the ‘maverick publishing genius’. His other western adventures include Fortress Santa Maria, Union Soldier, The Dog Men, The Fence Buster, On To Virginia City and Boss of the Diamond-O.