Radigan

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A simple man finds that his homestead is on land owned by a wealthy Texan lady, who has plans to set up a cattle ranch. Radigan, however, isn't going to leave without a fight.
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When beautiful Angelina Foley presents Tom Radigan with a Spanish grant and claims ownership of his land, he realizes he’s up against a cunning and deadly opportunist. Foley wants him off Vache Creek immediately, and with three thousand head of cattle, an outfit of hardcase gunfighters, and winter coming on, she is unwilling to take no for an answer.

But Radigan has worked four hard years building up his ranch. Fighting for it–and, if he has to, killing for it–is something he is more than willing to do. If Angelina Foley and her men think he is the kind of man to give up without a fight, they are dead wrong.

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Author Louis L'Amour
PublisherCorgi Books
PlaceLondon
Year1979
ISBN055209353x
BindingPaperback
ConditionFair
CommentsPages a bit yellowed; slight forward lean.
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