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The Boss of the Lazy Y

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Published: 1915
Language: English
Wordcount: 69,659 / 190 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 71.2
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 4,046
Added to site: 2006.08.11
mnybks.net#: 14648
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genres: Western, Romance

Calumet Marston, daredevil, returns to his father's ranch to find it is being run by a young woman who remains in charge until he accepts sundry conditions.

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start, he noted it and halted his pony after reaching the level to look about him.

There was no sign of any cattle. But he reflected that perhaps a new range had been opened. Thirteen years is a long time, and many changes could have come during his absence.

He was about to urge his pony on again, when some impulse moved him to turn in the saddle and glance at the hill he had just vacated. At about the spot where he had sat--perhaps two hundred yards distant--he saw a man on a horse, sitting motionless in the saddle, looking at him.

Calumet wheeled his own pony and faced the man. The vari-colored glow from the distant mountains fell full upon the horseman, and with the instinct for attention to detail which had become habitual with Calumet, he noted that the rider was a big man; that he wore a cream-colored Stetson and a scarlet neckerchief. Even at that distance, so clear was the light, Calumet caught a vague impression of his features--his nose, especially, which was big, hawk-like.

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 4.5 from 2 reviews: *****
2016.04.20
Larry
****.

Read it twice. A early psychological study with a happy ending.

2014.12.18
bushrazia
*****

This is Seltzer's best work. A real page turner, with action and romance trailing at every turn.


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