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As Mark Malloy bit the tip off his big cheroot and sauntered down the road, he didn't look much like the rough-and-tumble cowhands around town. With his tweed coat and carefully creased trousers, he didn't look like he belonged here -- and he was beginning to wonder if it was time to take his leave of Saunderstown. The gambler had lost three times in a row, and his stash was dwindling. But a chance to win it all back was too good to pass up. The game took a change for the better when a tipsy stranger arrived and sat at the table. In the process of losing everything, the stranger, in desperation, threw in a deed to a piece of rangeland that presumably had plenty of water. Malloy walked away with the money and the deed. What appeared to be a wonderful stroke of luck was the beginning of Malloy's worst nightmare ...
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|Clyde-Savannah Public Library||LP WEST Newton (Text)