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How is this book unique? Font adjustments & biography included Unabridged (100% Original content) Illustrated About Way Of The Lawless by Max Brand He made one mistake in the beginning. He pushed the chestnut too hard the first and second days, so that on the third day he was forced to give the gelding his head and go at a jarring trot most of the day. On the fourth and fifth days, however, he had the reward for his caution. The chestnut's ribs were beginning to show painfully, but he kept doggedly at his work with no sign of faltering. The sixth day brought Andrew Lanning in close view of the lower hills. And on the seventh day he put his fortune boldly to the touch and jogged into the first little town before him..
Beside the rear window of the blacksmith shop Jasper Lanning held his withered arms folded against his chest. With the dispassionate eye and the aching heart of an artist he said to himself that his life work was a failure.
The fifty empty freights danced and rolled and rattled on the rough road bed and filled Jericho Pass with thunder; the big engine was laboring and grunting at the grade, but five cars back the noise of the locomotive was lost. Yet there is a way to talk above the noise of a freight train just as there is a way to whistle into the teeth of a stiff wind.
Renowned Western writer Max Brand does it again in the eminently enjoyable novel The Seventh Man. Packed with enough action and romance to please even the most die-hard fans of the genre, the novel also addresses a wide range of important themes with insight and sensitivity. This classic's appeal extends far beyond the core audience for Westerns -- give it to a yet-to-be-won-over friend or loved one, and soon they'll be clamoring for more.
After serving a six year prison term because of the betrayal of a friend, Harrison Destry decides to hunt down the twelve jurors who framed and then convicted him.
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