To Tame a Land

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Ryan Tyler grew up the hard way. After his family was killed, he learned that he only had himself to trust and, with his guns, he cut a patch of the Wild West out for himself. But it all threatens to fall apart when he meets Liza...


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By the time he was twenty, Rye Tyler had killed ten men.

He had come West in a wagon train, seen the Indians kill his family, leaving him alone in a harsh and wild country.

Rye learned well the lesson of the wilderness: that the only friend he could trust was his gun. It made him a legend, even as Wyatt Earp was a legend.

Then Rye met Liza, and the man who had so often been force to kill became a savage hunter of his final victim - the outlaw who stole Liza from him.


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AuthorLouis L'Amour
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