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Wildfire

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Author: Zane Grey
Published: 1917
Language: English
Wordcount: 100,341 / 281 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 81.6
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 3,936
mnybks.net#: 3031

The fifth best-selling novel of 1917.

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here were who believed Joel might steal his father's horses. But all the riders who loved horses and all the women who loved gossip were united in at least one thing, and that was that something like a race or a romance would soon disrupt the peaceful, sleepy tenor of Bostil's Ford.

In addition to Bostil's growing hatred for the Creeches, he had a great fear of Cordts, the horse-thief. A fear ever restless, ever watchful. Cordts hid back in the untrodden ways. He had secret friends among the riders of the ranges, faithful followers back in the canyon camps, gold for the digging, cattle by the thousand, and fast horses. He had always gotten what he wanted --except one thing. That was a certain horse. And the horse was Sage King.

Cordts was a bad man, a product of the early gold-fields of California and Idaho, an outcast from that evil wave of wanderers retreating back over the trails so madly traveled westward. He became a lord over the free ranges. But more than all else he was a rider. He knew

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2013.08.07
Nancy
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If you love horses do not read this book. This poor horse gets hurted unmercifully and captured. Ends up saving the girl but loses his life in the process. I love the song by the same name thought it might be related someway. For get it.


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