There are some men who play life as safe as it can be played, satisfied with their thirty a month and beans, satisfied to take orders, to have each twenty-four hours planned for them by someone else and to wind up their days riding the grub line and swamping out a saloon.
But there are other men who risk everything from their daily sweat to their lives for a chance to own their outfits, to live as free as the wind that daily blows across the Plains. Such a man was Dan Reardon.
This book is the story of how this man worked for his land and of how he fought a ruthless and powerful neighbor to keep it in a time when the only law was what each man made for himself.
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