Phantom Mustang by James Robert Richard
New York : Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co., 1954. First edition. Hardcover. 192 pages ; 22 cm. $2.50 dust jacket with minimal wear. Owner name and bookshop label on flyleaf. Pages are clean, unmarked and binding is firm.
by James Robert Richard
When sixteen-year-old Billy Alden visited Wild Horse Ranch for the summer, he found the modern super efficiency of an Arizona cattle operation, combined with the excitement of the Old West—personified in Cartwheel, the foreman, and a local legend of the "Phantom Mustang."
As luck would have it, there had been a bank robbery the day of Billy's arrival, and the desperadoes were re¬ported on ranch property.
The youngsters were ordered to make themselves scarce, but in the confusion, they attached themselves to Cartwheel's outfit. What happened next was as fast and furious as a rodeo. The bandits turned up—Billy was captured—and a very real Phantom Mustang played an amazing part in the crisis.
James Robert Richard has written this exciting tale against an authentic background of southwestern life. There is fascinating information about ranching, and the special breed of wild animal known as the "quarter horse."
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