Deep in her heart she resented the conviction forced upon her. Reckless he undoubtedly was, at odds with the law surely, but it was hard to admit that attractive personality to be the mask of fiendish cruelty and sinister malice. And yet--the facts spoke for themselves. He had not even attempted a denial. Still there was a mystery about him, else how was it possible for two so distinct personalities to dwell together in the same body.
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|Grouped Work ID||badeaf3d-56ca-4bf8-fda6-0dd365814485|
|Grouping Author||raine william macleod|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-11-08 19:37:02PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-09 04:08:47AM|
|author||Raine, William MacLeod, 1871-1954.|
|author_display||Raine, William MacLeod|
|available_at_bemis||Bemis Public Library|
|detailed_location_bemis||Bemis Large Print|
|display_description||"Helen Messiter, a young woman fresh from the conventional East, drives her motorcar into Wyoming, and pulls off the road to breathe deeply of the beauty and serenity surrounding her. Just then, exploding gunfire shatters the stillness, and she gets a bird's-eye view of the battle playing out before her. Half-a-dozen men have one man cornered. Helen can't just stand by and watch a man [get] killed. Helen, the new owner of the Lazy D Ranch drove away with the victim of the attack. But ... she soon discovered the men shooting at him were her own cowpunchers, and he was the notorious outlaw Ned Bannister."--p.  of cover.|
|local_callnumber_bemis||LP-W FICTION RAINE,WI|
|owning_library_bemis||Bemis Public Library|
|owning_location_bemis||Bemis Public Library|
|subject_facet||Large type books|
Outlaws -- Wyoming -- Fiction
Ranch life -- Wyoming -- Fiction
Women ranchers -- Wyoming -- Fiction
Wyoming -- Fiction
|title_full||Wyoming [text (large print)] / William MacLeod Raine|